Certificate of no appeal NYC

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lisahickey
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Certificate of no appeal NYC

Postby lisahickey » 18 Jan 2012, 04:59

Does anyone know if I have to have the signature certified on the notarized document stating that the translation of the certificate of no appeal is accurate in NYC before I can have it apostilled? I.e. do I have to go to 60 Center street, room 300 and get the little slip attached to the back of the paper before I go down to the Secretary of State for the apostille? This is the last document I need and I have to drop it off at the Italian consulate Friday morning - the divorce and certificate of no appeal are from CT but the translation was done in NYC so I can get that apostilled here. Thank you!

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Re: Certificate of no appeal NYC

Postby JJ313 » 20 Jan 2012, 02:01

You need to have the divorce document and the certificate of no appeal (if it is a separate document) apostilled in CT. You will not need the translation apostilled.

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Re: Certificate of no appeal NYC

Postby taralynn125 » 21 Jan 2012, 06:05

I DID need the translation apostilled for both the Divorce Decree and the Letter of No Appeals at my June meeting at the NYC consulate.

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Re: Certificate of no appeal NYC

Postby lisahickey » 25 Jan 2012, 02:44

Thanks for your help - it turned out I did need the authentication of translation (translator's statement) notarized and apostilled, although it did not have to be authenticated by the consulate in NYC.


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