FAQ / What is an apostille?An apostille is a certificate issued by the Secretary of State or other Notary regulating agency that proves the authenticity of a Notary's signature and seal. An apostille alone is sufficient proof of authentication for notarized documents exchanged between countries which abide by the Hague Convention; otherwise a chain of authenticating certificates may be necessary.
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