A death certificate is a legal document that declares the time, place, and cause of a person's death. An apostille is an international certification of a document's authenticity. It is typically used for educational or legal documents that need to be used in a country outside of the document's country of origin.
A death certificate may be apostilled when it is being used by a foreign country. The apostille authenticates the signature of the person who signed the death certificate. An Apostille can be obtained through the Secretary of State's office in Carson City, Nevada. Most countries will accept an apostille for documents issued by a public authority, including birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates, as well as documents from a notary public.
In order to get an apostille for a death certificate in Nevada, you must first have the death certificate certified by the county clerk.
The county clerk will then send the death certificate to the state's office of vital records. The state's office of vital records will then send the death certificate to the Secretary of State. The Secretary of State will then issue the apostille.
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