What is the Hague Stamp or Apostille?
An apostille is a form of authentication that seeks to simplify the process of legalizing and authenticating public documents so that they can be recognized in foreign countries that are members of the 1961 Hague Convention Treaty.
Apostille authenticate the seals and signatures of officials on public documents such as birth certificates, court orders, or any other document issued by a federal agency.
Typically, the Apostille Certificate is issued by the state from which the document originates.
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