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    Default Apostille

    I do have something for you, but it is a question: where do I get an apostille? They should be willing to send it to Buenos Aires, Argentina.


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    I believe that in the Department of Foregin Affairs, but not so sure.

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    Si... el homólogo de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores.

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    If you are located in USA , I understand that any competent Notary is authorized to affix the Apostille on documents to be sent to any of the Haye convention's member countries (Argentina included)
    Any notary office nearby?
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    you are right Hebe!

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    I am a Notary and in New Jersey, reminder.

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    Hi!!
    Here´s a link that I found quite useful:

    http://www.mjusticia.es/cs/Satellite...=1060669404347

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    You first need to seal the document and then translate it, right?

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    Yes Nadia. The translation should include all the details of the legalizations. However, in Venezuela, documents are to be legalized by a couple of Ministries (which depend on the kind of document in reference) before they are sealed with the Apostille. This can take three to four days. What I do for time saving purposes is to work with a copy of the document, while the original is being legalized. That way I just need to add the details of legalization when I finally do get the original.
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    Thanks, Hebe!!

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