A death certificate is a document that declares the time and cause of someone's death. An apostille is a certificate of authentication issued by the Secretary of State. It authenticates the signature of a notary public or other public official on a document to be used outside the United States.
Some countries require authentication of death certificates in order to process estate matters, claim life insurance proceeds, or close financial accounts. You can contact the office of the Secretary of the State for Connecticut to get an Apostille. The types of documents which may be apostilled are typically those which will be used in another country and which establish your identity or your ability to do something, like get married or open a bank account. Examples might include your birth certificate, college degree or transcripts, and a criminal background check.
In order to get an apostille for a death certificate in Connecticut, you must first obtain a certified copy of the death certificate from the town clerk in the town where the death occurred. Next, you must take the certified copy of the death certificate to the Secretary of State's office to have the apostille placed on it.
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