A power of attorney is a legal document that is used in order to appoint another individual to act on your behalf in certain legal or financial matters. An apostille is an internationally recognized certificate that verifies the authenticity of a document.
If you plan to use a power of attorney in another country, you will need to get it apostilled by the Secretary of State's office. An apostille is an official certification that a document is authentic. Many countries will not accept a document without an apostille. Contact the Secretary of State's office to request an apostille. An apostille is placed on a document issued in one country and to be used in another. We apostille birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates; Powers of Attorney; X-rays; affidavits; notarized statements; and a number of other types of documents. We can not apostille a treaties, commercial documents, diplomas or school transcripts.
When requesting a copy of a certified government issued birth certificate, you will need to ensure that you request either a JBC-2 or JBC-3 form, which is referred to as a "long form birth certificate." The regular form issued by local health departments is called a "short form" and cannot be used. For divorce certificates, only divorce decrees from Superior Court are acceptible.
How do I obtain an internal certificate of genealogy?
You may write us at the address listed on our Home Page for a free Internal Certificate of Genealogy for use within the Georgia Red Book society. Be sure and include the date ---or date range--- you wish the certificate to cover, along with the names you are interested in.
In order to get an apostille for a power of attorney in Colorado, you must first contact the office of the Secretary of State. The Secretary of State's office will then provide you with a list of requirements that must be met in order for your document to be apostilled. These requirements may include providing the original power of attorney, a certified copy of the power of attorney, and a notarized statement from the person who signed the power of attorney. Once these requirements have been met, you can then send your document to the Secretary of State's office to be apostilled.
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