A death certificate is the legal record of a person's death. It includes the person's full name, date of birth, date of death, place of death, and other important information. An apostille is an official certification that a document is genuine. It is typically used to certify documents for use in another country.
An apostille on a death certificate may be required in order to confirm the authenticity of the document for use in another country. To get an Apostille in the state of Massachusetts, you must contact the Massachusetts Secretary of State's office.
The Secretary of State will apostille documents originating from within Utah when the document has been notarized by a Utah notary or when the document contains an embossed certificate of authenticity or Exemplar seal from the office of Lieutenant Governor. If the document originates from outside of Utah, please contact the issuing state for their requirements.
In order to get an apostille for a death certificate in Massachusetts, you must first have the death certificate authenticated by the Secretary of State's office. Once the death certificate has been authenticated, you must then take it to the embassy or consulate of the country where the document will be used. The embassy or consulate will then issue an apostille for the death certificate.
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