A power of attorney is a written authorization for someone to represent or act on another person's behalf in private or business matters. An apostille is a certificate that a document has been properly notarized.
A power of attorney may need to be apostilled if it is being used in another country that is a member of the Hague Convention. The Hague Convention is an international treaty that establishes the rules for authenticating documents to be used in other member countries. In New Mexico, you can get an apostille through the Secretary of State. Common documents that can be apostilled are birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce certificates, and death certificates.
In order to get an apostille for a power of attorney, you must be able to prove to the Secretary of State that the power of attorney is authentic. This can be done by providing a copy of the power of attorney that has been notarized by a notary public. Alternatively, you can provide a copy of the power of attorney that has been certified by the court.
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