What’s an apostille, anyway?

An apostille is a certificate that verifies the authenticity of signatures and seals on documents for international use. It confirms the authority of the public official who signed the document and the genuineness of any accompanying stamps or seals. While an apostille certifies signatures and seals, it does not authenticate the document’s contents. For example, if someone with a U.S. Doctorate degree is offered a professorship abroad, they can use an apostille to prove the validity of their degree. Each country may have specific requirements for apostilles, so it’s wise to seek professional advice. Professional Filing & Search Services, Inc. specializes in handling apostille-related matters, ensuring documents are properly authenticated and promptly delivered. Contact us for efficient, reliable service!

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