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apostille

Postby roobyred » 31 May 2011, 21:39

Does anyone know if the apostille that is necessary for dual citizenship needs to be translated as well?
While this is a very exciting task, and I truly appreciate all the help I've received here in this forum, does anyone feel as overwhelmed as I do? :shock:

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Re: apostille

Postby johnnyonthespot » 31 May 2011, 22:27

There were some reports on another board of people calling the NYC consulate's paid "Help" line and being told that everything needs to be apostilled and translated -- that apostilles need to be translated and that translations need to be apostilled.

Think about that for a moment....

Now, back to Earth: no, I have never heard of any serious requirement that apostilles need to be translated.
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Re: apostille

Postby Drew927 » 01 Jun 2011, 15:30

Carmine is correct, having recently applied in NYC, there was no reqirement for the apostille to be translated or the other way around. Just have the apostille attached to your documents and hand over the translation.

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Re: apostille

Postby roobyred » 01 Jun 2011, 21:20

thank you both! :D


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