Documents for Interview - Age of Documents

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Documents for Interview - Age of Documents

Postby dangli » 04 Dec 2013, 13:36

I have a number of questions regarding the process for gaining dual citizenship. I have seen so many conflicting bits of information and my family wants to be properly prepared.

I have seen on one site under their apostille section stating that "documents" need to be less than a year old. Is this solely for apostilles? We have original birth/death/marriage certificates and are unsure if we need to request new, fresher copies of them.

Thanks very much.
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