A death certificate is an official document that lists the full name, date of birth, date of death, and cause of death of a person. Apostilles are documents that are used to certify the authenticity of a document for international use.
Apostilles are typically used to verify the authenticity of documents for use in foreign countries. In the case of a death certificate, an apostille may be required in order for the document to be accepted as official in a country where the deceased person resided or owned property. Contact the Missouri Bureau of Archives and Records for more information. Any document that is signed by a notary public or other official authorized to administer oaths can be apostilled.
In order to get an apostille for a death certificate in Missouri, you must first get a certified copy of the death certificate. Once you have a certified copy of the death certificate, you must then contact the Missouri Secretary of State's office and request an apostille.
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