An Apostille is an internationally recognized form of authentication of public documents, such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, powers of attorney, diplomas, and court judgments. An Apostille is issued by a government authority and certifies the authenticity of the signature, stamp, or seal of the document, as well as the capacity in which the person signing the document acted. It is used to legalize documents for international use and is most commonly used by individuals who need to present documents in a foreign country. In the United States, Apostilles are issued by the Secretary of State of the state in which the document was issued. Each state also has its own requirements for what documents are eligible for an Apostille.
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