NYC Consulate - Non-Direct Line Docs

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NYC Consulate - Non-Direct Line Docs

Postby sforza » 12 Jul 2011, 18:32

A friend is applying in New York and was wondering if she needed to Apostille and translate her non-direct line docs. It appears that consular policies on the details evolve and at one time this wasn't necessary. Anyone with recent experience there who can weigh in: to Apostille and translate non-direct line docs or not? Thanks!

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Re: NYC Consulate - Non-Direct Line Docs

Postby rgaetano » 12 Jul 2011, 23:53

see this post (topic21939.html#p161802) for my recap of my first appointment last month. I comment on non-direct line


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