Are you looking for an example of a West Virginia Apostille? An Apostille is a French word meaning “Certification”.
An Apostille is simply the name for a specialized certificate issued by the West Virginia Secretary of State. The Apostille, which contains an embossed gold seal, is attached to your original document to verify that the signature is legitimate and authentic so it will be accepted in one of the other Hague Apostille Member Countries.
Here is typically what’s included in a West Virginia Apostille:
- Country … [country name] This public document
- has been signed by … [name]
- acting in the capacity of … [function]
- bears the seal/stamp of … [authority] certified
- at … [location]
- the … [date]
- by … [name]
- No … [apostille registration number]
- Seal/stamp … [of the authority giving the apostille]
- Signature … [signature of authority giving the apostille]
Here is an Example of a West Virginia Apostille from the West Virginia Secretary of State:
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