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What is the difference between a notarized document and an by WT9OlU41

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									What is the difference between a notarized document and an
apostilled document?
A notarized document is a copy of the document which is certified to
be a true copy of the original and signed (notarized) by the one who is
a registered Notary Public. This notary public is usually an attorney a
lawyer or a justice of the peace. An apostille to a document is the
authentication, by a specially appointed government official, of a copy
of a public document which has been notarized as a true copy by a
notary public. The apostille is accepted under Hague convention of
1961 to all the countries which are signatories to it. Not all countries of
the world are members of The Hague convention, but the majority of
English speaking and European countries are members

								
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