An adoption dossier is a package of a potential adoptive family's paperwork that is sent to a foreign country in order to be matched with a child. The dossier usually contains the family's home study, letters of recommendation, financial information, and other pertinent information about the family. An apostille is a certificate that a document has been signed by a notary public and that the notary public's signature and seal are valid.
Adoption dossiers are typically apostilled when they are being used in another country in order to prove the legal status of the adoptive parents. This is necessary in order to ensure that the child will be legally recognized as a citizen of the country where they are being adopted. Apostilles in Georgia are handled by the Georgia Superior Court Clerk's Office. Apostilles can only be placed on official documents that have been signed by a public official.
In order to get an apostille for an adoption dossier, you must first have the dossier notarized by a notary public. Once the notary public notarizes the dossier, you must then send it to the state's Secretary of State's office for authentication. The Secretary of State's office will then issue an apostille for the dossier.
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