I can assist you with your
documents that require an Apostille from the State of Florida.
This is very often required
for documents with legal significance (such as a marriage
license, or death certificate) issued by a government body or
agency within the jurisdiction of the United States, for which
you are seeking reciprocal legal recognition in a foreign (non-U.S.)
"Apostille" is a French word
which means a certification. It is commonly used in English to
refer to the legalization of a document for international use
under the terms of the 1961 Hague Convention Abolishing the
Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
Documents which have been notarized by a notary public, and
certain other documents, and then certified with a conformant
apostille are accepted for legal use in all the nations that
have signed the Hague Convention.
The Florida Secretary of
State will Certify or Apostille the following documents:
Documents notarized or
certified as true copies by a Florida Notary
Public Birth and Death
Certificates bearing the signature of the State Registrar
obtained from the Bureau of Vital Statistics in Jacksonville
Florida Vehicle Titles
certified by the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles
documents bearing the
signature of the Secretary of State
Documents certified by a
Clerk of the Court from a county within Florida
**NOTE: Documents must be submitted
with original signatures;
copies cannot be certified.
Copyright 2007, 2008 Steven A. Culbreath, Esq. All Rights Reserved.
Ich spreche deutsch.
Plaza Tower, 111 - 2nd Avenue N.E., Suite 900
St. Petersburg, FL 33701 United States
| Office: +1 (727) 456-6463 || Fax: +1 (727)
865-5109 || Mobile: +1 (727) 643-5230 |
DISCLAIMER ] [
[ MY IMMIGRATION LAW BLOG ]
BOOKMARK THIS SITE ]
] [ CONTACT ] [
SITE MAP ]
Copyright © 2007-2013 Steven A. Culbreath, Esq. All rights reserved