A birth certificate is an official document that lists the full name, date of birth, place of birth, parent's full name, and other identifying information of a person. An apostille is a certification that a document is authentic.
Generally, you will need to apostille a birth certificate if you are planning to use it in another country. Many countries will not accept documents that have not been apostilled. The best way to get an apostille in New Mexico is to use the services of an experienced apostille service provider. Apostilles can be placed on the following types of documents:
1. Administrative documents, i.e. those emanating from an authority or an official connected with the courts or tribunals of a country, including public prosecutors, court clerks, and notaries. Examples: cerificates, birth certificates, degrees.
2. Judicial documents.
3. Official certificates which are placed on documents signed by persons in their private capacity, i.e. documents coming from public officials, functionaries, or sigehtors in their private capacity and not in the official role. Examples: powers of attorney, affidavits, notarial acts.
4. Documents originating in a public or private body and duly authenticated by a person responsible for authentication.
In order to get an apostille, the birth certificate must be notarized and then sent to the New Mexico Secretary of State's office. The apostille can take up to two weeks to process.
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