Morocco & Chile: Join Hague Apostille Convention

Last week we blogged about Brazil joining the Hague Apostille Convention. Well, this month will also see both Morocco and Chile entering into forceon August 14th and August 30th, respectively. Both countries are bound by the “Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents (the ‘Apostille Convention’)”meaning they will no longer legalize any documents (e.g. school, public or private) issued in the United States.

The two countries started the process of becoming members of the convention in late 2015. The Hague Conference currently has 81 members and 68 connected states.

For more information on these changes or for help with apostilles, authentications, legalizations and certifications, contact the Parasec apostille team at apostilles@parasec.com or call 888.672.7273.

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