A birth certificate is an official document that shows that an individual was born. It includes information such as the individual's name, date of birth, place of birth, and parent's name. An apostille is an international certification of a public document. It is a stamp or a printed document that certifies the authenticity of a document's origin and its compliance with the requirements of the country where it will be used.
Depending on the country where you plan to use your birth certificate, it may need to be apostilled. An apostille is a seal that is placed on a document by a designated authority to verify the authenticity of the document. Many countries are signatories to the Hague Apostille Convention and will only accept documents that have been apostilled. To get an Apostille in Nevada, send your documents to the Nevada Secretary of State, where they will be authenticated and returned to you with a certification called an Apostille. s.6(h) of the Hague Convention allows for the apostille of documents issued by an authority or an official connected with the courts or tribunal of a contracting state, including those issued by public prosecutors, court administrations and bailiffs. The list of examples in the Schedule to the Act is not exhaustive.
Document issued in or out of Queensland by a registrar or deputy registrar of the Supreme Court or Court of Appeal.
Document issued by a clerk or deputy clerk of the bars for Queensland or for the Supreme Court or Court of Appeal.
Document issued by a master or registrar of the District Court.
Document issued by an officer authorised in writing by an Act or the law for the time being in force to be an officer so authorised for the purpose of certifying a copy of a document for use within Queensland and for so certifying a copy of a document so certified.
Do I need to go to the Australian Embassy?
No. If you require an Apostille you can maintain your File on OTC File Manager, ask otc Client Services Team to get it duly notarized, andapply to us online to process and receive it as JSON docket payable by credit/debit card.
In order to get an apostille for a birth certificate in Nevada, you must:
1. Contact the Nevada Secretary of State's office to request an apostille application.
2. Submit the completed application, along with the required fee, to the Nevada Secretary of State's office.
3. Wait for the Nevada Secretary of State's office to process the application and issue the apostille.
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