A certificate of good standing is a document that proves that a company is in compliance with state requirements and is in good standing with the state. The certificate of good standing is also sometimes called a certificate of existence or a certificate of authority. An apostille is a certificate that authenticates the seal and signature of a public official on a document.
If you are looking to work with a company or organization in another country, they will likely request that you provide a certificate of good standing. This certificate is one way to show that your business is legitimate and in good standing. An apostilled certificate of good standing is one that has been apostilled by the Secretary of State. This document verifies the authenticity of the certificate of good standing and ensures that it has not been altered in any way. Contact the Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth to request an Apostille. You can apostille the following types of documents: educational documents, marriage certificates, birth certificates, death certificates, wills and testaments, deeds and mortgages, powers of attorney, and notarized documents.
In order to get an apostille for a certificate of good standing in Massachusetts, you must first obtain a certified copy of the certificate from the Secretary of State's office. Once you have a certified copy of the certificate, you must then send it to the U.S. Department of State with a request for an apostille.
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