International Relations Understanding Apostilles & Legalizations
International Relations: Understanding Apostilles & Legalizations
Apostilles & Legalizations, in the simplest of terms, is an international notarization. It is to authenticate the seals and signatures of officials on public documents (such as birth/death certificates, court orders, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, corporate Certificates of Good Standing, or any other document issued by a public authority), determine if those documents may be apostilled or not, and to have those documents be recognized in foreign countries. This presentation will cover the Hague Apostille Convention and briefly the determination of the origin country (including U.S.) of the document if it is public or not, such as those originating from a court, process server, Secretary of State, US Patent & Trademark Office, etc.
James Crawford is a corporate compliance professional and currently a Regional Account Executive for Registered Agent Solutions, Inc. (RASi). James has spent the last 15 years consulting with law firms, banks, and in-house counsel on entity management and compliance. His expertise includes registered agent services, corporate formations and filings, business compliance, and UCC filings. He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree from Penn State University and currently resides in Raleigh, NC with his wife, Jen and son James.
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Continuing Legal Education Credit (CLE)
Program Name: International Relations: Understanding Apostilles and Legalizations
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