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FAQ / What does Apostille mean?


Apostille, if translated literally means stamp or seal. It is a french word used to describe the simplified procedure of document legalization. Apostille has many other meanings. After all, many of us have our own unique purposes for which we obtain the apostilles. For some, apostille means the ability to get married in an exotic beach, or have a destination wedding. For others, apostille may mean the ability to conduct business without unnecessary interruptions by foreign authorities. Many may believe that apostille means the ability to finally adopt the so long sought child. Apostille is the result means something different for each and every one of us.

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