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A Practical Guide to Document Authentication: Legalization of Notarized and Certified Documents, 2017-2018 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: TRO
Copyright: 2017
ISBN: 9780314869821
Service #: 30573035
Sub #: 30573037
Pages: 834
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Replacement pamphlets

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The book is a survey of the procedures used to authenticate or legalize documents in approximately 300 foreign countries, territories and states of the United States. It provides contact information required to request authentication, and the fees and time required to authenticate different types of legal documents, including powers of attorney, as well as commercial documents, such as invoices, certificates of origin, bills of lading, applications for incorporation, and trademark applications, plus educational documents (diplomas and college transcripts) and official records (marriage certificates, etc.). The book also includes copies of treaties that affect the procedures used for authentication of documents in various countries. The book has current information for countries affected by the Arab Spring (Egypt, Tunisia and Libya) and a newly formed country (South Sudan).

Features

  • Contains information for countries affected by the Arab Spring (Egypt, Tunisia and Libya) and a newly formed country (South Sudan)
  • Information is obtained primarily through contacts of embassies and consulates and state secretary of states
  • Focuses on steps required in a state or embassy to authenticate a document
  • Provides guidance on the authentication procedure, contact information, and the fees and time required to authenticate documents
  • Includes copies of treaties that affects authentication of documents in various countries
  • Contains mailing and email addresses, telephone and fax numbers, and hours of operation of the embassies and consulates and offices of states of the United States
  • Covers approximately 300 foreign countries