A marriage certificate is an official document that proves that you are married. An apostille is a certificate that is used to authenticate the origin of a document.
The Hague Convention of 1961 establishes the requirement of an apostille for any document to be used in a foreign country. An apostille is a certificate which authenticates the origin of a public document. The apostille certifies the authenticity of the document's signatures, seals, and stamps. Contact the Vital Statistics Administration in Annapolis to request an apostille for a birth, death, or marriage certificate. That depends on what country you will be using the documents in. Each country has different requirements, but typically you can apostille birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates; Single Status Affidavits; Adoption Papers; Power of Attorney documents; and school, university, or professional license documents.
In order to get an apostille for your marriage certificate, you must first request a copy of your certificate from the office of the circuit court clerk in the county where the marriage took place. Then, you must send the copy of the certificate and a notarized request form to the Division of Vital Records. The Division of Vital Records will send you a certified copy of your certificate, which you can then take to the apostille office.
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