A power of attorney is a written authorization to represent or act on another's behalf in private affairs, business, or some other legal matter. An apostille is a formal certification of a public document, typically issued by the government, for use in another country.
If you are seeking to have a document notarized for use in another country, you may be required to have the document apostilled. An apostille is a certification issued by the Secretary of State that authenticates the seal and signature of a notary public. The Basic Steps for Getting an Ohio Apostille:
1. The document must first be notarized by a Notary Public in Ohio.
2. The document is then submitted to the Secretary of State, along with the proper fee.
3. The Secretary of State will certify that the document is a true and accurate copy of the original, and will then place the Apostille on the document. An apostille can be placed on documents issued by a public authority, including court documents, notarized documents and public documents registered with a public authority.
In order to get an apostille for a power of attorney in Ohio, you must first contact the Secretary of State's office and request an apostille application. Once you have submitted the application, you will need to provide the office with a copy of the power of attorney, a copy of your ID, and a self-addressed stamped envelope. The office will then issue the apostille and mail it to you.
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