How to get an apostille... in New York and nationwide?
 

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JANUARY 19, 2017

Apostille New York

According to the Hague Apostille Convention brochure, an Apostille can be placed directly on the document itself (as a stamp) or on a separate attached page (called an allonge). Apostilles may be affixed by various means, including rubber stamps, self-adhesive stickers, impressed seals, etc. If an Apostille is placed on a separate page, this page can be attached to the underlying document by a variety of means, including glue, grommets, staples, ribbons, wax seals, etc. All of these means are acceptable under the Convention.  Failure to affix an Apostille in a particular manner is not a basis for refusing the Apostille. The State of New York uses metal grommets to attach apostilles to documents. A grommet can be placed in the upper left corner or in the upper right corner of an apostille. There is no other means to attach apostilles to  documents. Your document cannot be rejected because foreign authorities expect an apostille to look different or to be attached to a document in a different manner, e.g. to be ribboned or glued to the document.

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JANUARY 15, 2017

Apostille New York

Documents, such as vital records (birth, marriage, death certificates), divorce judgments, powers of attorney, notarized affidavits, etc. frequently need to be used abroad. However, the documents are not acceptable in foreign countries if they do not have certain seals an stamps. Before a document can be used in a foreign country, it must be authenticated. The procedure authenticating documents to be used abroad is called "legalisation" or "attestation".

In the past the process involved officials of the country where the document was issued as well as the foreign Embassy or Consulate of the country where the document is to be used. Because of the number of authorities involved, the legalisation process is frequently slow, cumbersome and costly.

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JANUARY 11, 2017

How to apostilleCase study: John needs to submit a death certificate registered in Nassau county, New York, to an Italian court. What needs to be done? Can John prepare the document himself, if yes, what is the procedure? The easiest way, of course, would be to entrust the document to a legalization/apostille expert. However, John can do it himself...

Step 1: First, John needs to make sure his document qualifies for the legalization.

Step 2: Then, John needs to find out if he needs an apostille or embassy legalization. As Italy joined the Apostille Hague Convention, he will need a Hague apostille.

Step 3: The next step is to take the document to Nassau county clerk's office for authentication

Step 4: Finally, the document needs to be apostilled by the Office of New York Secretary of State.

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JANUARY 7, 2017

bylaws how to apostilleIf you need to get a New York apostille or foreign embassy legalization for your company's bylaws, we will be happy to assist you! Follow these steps to prepare this document for authentication:

Step 1: Make a copy of the bylaws.

Step 2: Prepare an affidavit signed by a corporate officer (president, vice-president, secretary of the company, etc), and his/her signature has to be notarized. Free sample affidavit follows.

Step 3: Make sure the notary follows the New York State notary requirements...

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JANUARY 4, 2017

Authenticating a NEw York marriage certificateAll marriage records originating from the five boroughs of New York City (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island ) are kept in the New York City Marriage Bureau. For an apostille or foreign embassy authentication you will need to obtain an extended certified copy of the marriage certificate with an original signature of the Acting City Clerk. The document must then be presented to the County Clerk 's Office to verify the signature of the Acting City Clerk. The The next step would be New York State Office of the Secretary of State that will issue an apostille (for Hague countries) or foreign certificate (for non-Hague countries). If the document is intended for a non-Hague country, more steps will be required (sometimes, the U.S. State Department in Washington DC, and always the embassy or consulate of the country of intended use).

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DECEMBER 30, 2016

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DECEMBER 27, 2016

westchester county new yorkIf you need an apostille for a document that originates from Westchester county, New York, we will be happy to assist you!

Documents notarized by notaries public qualified in Westchester county, as well as Westchester vital records issued by local registrars (birth, marriage, death certificates), and Westchester court records, require county clerk's authentication before thay can be submitted for apostilles. We will take care of both legalization steps (Westchester county clerk's authentication + New York State apostille).

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DECEMBER 21, 2016

New York apostilles for MexicoIf you need to get a New York apostille for use in Mexico for a personal or a corporate document originating from the State of New York, we will be happy to assist you!

Both the U.S. and Mexico signed the Hague Apostille Convention, therefore all U.S. documents bearing Hague apostille stamps will be legal and valid in Mexico.

tip apostilleYour notarized document (e.g. a power of attorney, an affidavit, etc.) can be in Spanish. However, the notarial statement must be in English.

tip apostilleYou cannot use the term "notario publico" in the document!

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certificate of non-impediment in New York City

If you want to get married in a foreign country, and if you live in New York City (Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, Manhattan, NYC), the City of New York will issue you a Certificate of Non-Impediment. This is an official Certification that the Office of the City Clerk of the New York City Marriage Bureau has no information that would be an "impediment" to your getting a marriage license. Certificates of Non-Impediment can only be issued to NYC residents. You need to go to the Marriage Bureau in Manhattan personally to get the Certificate of Non-Impediment. If you cannot do this, the only option you have is the notarized Single Status Affidavit.

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125 apostille 1We offer the lowest price for New York apostilles. We provide free document evaluation. Our guarantee: if we are not able to apostille your document(s), we will issue a 100% refund. Call us at (646) 267-1140.

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