What is Apostille?

Published on Friday, June 29, 2012

In 1961 the Hague Conference on Private International Law drafted an international treaty known as the Hague Apostille Convention, or the Apostille treaty.
Under the Hague Convention, signatory countries of this treaty have agreed to recognize public documents issued by other signatory countries, providing those documents are authenticated by the attachment of an internationally recognized form of authentication known as an ” apostille “. The Apostille ensures that public documents issued in one signatory country will be recognized as valid or legal in all other signatory countries.

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