Legalization is the process that confirms that the signature, seal, or seal of a public document is genuine. Documents such as birth, marriage, and death certificates, power of attorney, and court documents are examples of the types of documents that can be legalized.

The Apostille was created by the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961, which abolishes the requirement of legalization of foreign public documents. This means that countries that have signed this Convention must accept a foreign document with apostille as authentic without having to obtain stamps or other certifications from their consulate.

As the United States and Spain have signed this Convention, you can use United States documents in Spain through the Spain Apostille.

An apostille is a certificate that accompanies a public document that certifies that the signature, seal, or seal of the document is authentic. The apostille for Spain certificate must include the following information:

  • Country of issue
  • Name of the person who signed the document
  • Property on which the person signed the document
  • Details of the stamps or stamps of the document
  • Place of the issue Issuing authority
  • Certificate number
  • Seal or stamp of the issuing authority
  • Signature of the representative of the issuing authority

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