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 Agree w/Linda regarding Apostille
Posted by  Yoli/CA on 5/1/24 1:26pm

An Apostille simply verifies the notary and the notary's status.

Insofar as the document(s) signed by signer, it's up to that signer to ascertain what the receiving party requires. As per Cheryl's suggestion, perhaps the German Consulate would be a great place to start to decipher this. I'd suggest a phone call first in case they require an appointment. If Cheryl wishes to assist signer further:

Consulate General of Germany
6222 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 500, Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 930-2703
Hours: Mon - Thur: 8 AM to 4 PM; Fri: 8 AM to 1 PM; closed Saturday and Sunday

Hopefully, they can answer signer's questions on the phone.

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