Apostille meaning

To authenticate an official document in accordance with the Apostille Convention.
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The definition of an apostille is a specific seal that is used for certification purposes for foreign documents such as deeds and birth certificates.

An example of a document that may require an apostille is a criminal record check required for employment in a foreign country.

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A special sign established in 1961 for certifying foreign documents.
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Origin of apostille

  • From French apostille (“a marginal note”), from Latin post (“after”) illa (“these”) verba (“words”)

    From Wiktionary