An adoption dossier is a collection of documents that adoptive families submit to their chosen adoption agency or government officials. The dossier includes information about the adoptive family, their finances, their home study, and their personal statements. An apostille is a certificate promulgated by a competent authority to verify the authenticity of a document.
An adoption dossier needs to be apostilled because it is an official document that will be used in another country. The apostille is a way to verify that the document is authentic and has been properly prepared. To get an Apostille in Maine, you will need to contact the Maine Secretary of State's office. Most countries will only recognize documents apostilled by the country in which they were issued. In the United States, apostilles can be issued for documents issued by the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the Marshall Islands.
In order to get an apostille, you must be able to produce the original document, as well as a notarized copy of the document. The document must also be signed by a notary public, and have a seal from the Maine Secretary of State.
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