Posted: Sun Apr 11, 2010 3:30 pm Post subject: Best of Luck
After just having to go through this painstaking process on multiple documents -- I can say that any document that you need to have "Apostille" HAS TO BE signed by the issuing countries government - As you indicated - I think you might get the embassy to assist you in that however, no guarantee....
I know in cases for the United States - the state that issues the document has to be signed by the Secretary of State for that state......
No matter what - make sure you get a separate piece of paper and that they do not just sign/stamp your original document.
Were also in the process of getting the paperwork done for our wedding and I hope we won't need to get everything apostiled.
I don't know about Australia but we might have to send ours back to the UK to be apostiled but they told me minimum of two weeks for them to process the documents.
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