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An Apostille is a certification provided by a country that has signed the Apostille Convention, an international convention developed by the Hague Conference on Private International Law.
This certification can take the form of a document, a stamp, or a sticker that an Apostille-issuing body attaches to a document (e.g. New Jersey State Treasurer). This certification certifies a document's authenticity.
Consularization is the act of authenticating any legal document by the consul office, by the consul signing and affixing a red ribbon to the document.
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