apostilles and DHS letter

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apostilles and DHS letter

Postby maddief » 15 Aug 2007, 17:56

I know that all the vital records documents in English need an apostille and a translation but I wasn't sure about the "no records" letter from the Department of Homeland Security. Does this too need an apostille?

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