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What is an Apostille?

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What is an Apostille? 

 An “apostille” is a form of authentication issued to documents for use in countries that participate in the Hague Convention of 1961.

What is an Authentication?

An authentication process is when the country is not a member of the Hague Convention. China would be an authentication country.

What is a good express apostille service?

An express apostille service is one that can process your documents the day they receive your documents and ship out your documents the same business day.

 

Apostilling Documents in Westminster, CA

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Westminster is a city in Orange County, California. It was founded in 1870 by Rev. Lemuel Webber as a Presbyterian temperance colony. Its name is taken from the Westminster Assembly of 1643, which laid out the basic tenets of the Presbyterian faith. For several years of its early history, its farmers refused to grow grapes because they associated grapes with alcohol. Westminster is located near Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach and the city of Orange. Apostille documents such as birth certificate, marriage certificate, death certificate and power of attorney can not be done in the city of Westminster CA.

Irvine Apostille

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irvine apostilleThe City of Irvine is an open, transparent city. Irvine is an incorporated city in Orange County, California, United States. Irvine has good schools, jobs, and housing. The city was chosen in 2008 by CNNMoney.com as the fourth best place to live in the United States. Irvine borders Tustin to the north, Santa Ana to the northwest, Lake Forest to the east, Laguna Hills onto the southeast, Costa Mesa to the west, and Newport Beach to the southwest.

What is an apostille? An apostille is a special document and seal to certify that a document that can be valid to be use in the target destination. Apostilles are available in countries, which signed the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization of Foreign Public Documents, popularly known as The Hague Convention. This convention, created in 1961, replaces the time consuming chain certification process used so far, where you had to go to four different authorities to get a document certified. For instance, if you have a power of attorney and want to use it in Mexico, you would need to get it apostille.