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August 23, 19

NEWS / E-signed documents are not eligible for apostille


Although, many state and federal agencies are implementing the e-signature for official letters and certificates, such documents may not be eligible for apostille. According to the United States Department of State Office of Authentication the document, like FDA Certificate or SSA Letter, needs to have actual or facsimile signature of the public official, their name, title and if applicable bear the seal of the issuing agency. Simply having the certificate with e-signature, will disqualify it for any further processing via apostille or other means of authentication for foreign use

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