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Re: Reduced staffing due to Covid means longer than normal
Posted by  VT_Syrup of VT on 7/1/20 1:36pm Msg #621588
Strictly speaking, if it's an apostille, it doesn't need to be authenticated by the US State department; the whole reason the apostille treaty was created was to speed up the process. But if the country receiving the notarized document isn't a signatory to the treaty, then the CA SOS will authenticate the notary's signature and status rather than issue an apostille, and the processes after dealing with the CA SOS will take significantly longer.
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 SOS in Sac took 3 was to process an apostille -  Cheryl Elliott on 6/29/20 7:25pm
 Is there a typo here, Cheryl? -  rengel/CA on 6/30/20 6:00pm
 Re: SOS in Sac took 3 wks to process an apostille -  Cheryl Elliott on 6/30/20 11:03pm
 Reduced staffing due to Covid means longer than normal -  MW/VA on 7/1/20 8:14am
 Re: Reduced staffing due to Covid means longer than normal -  Expeditor on 7/1/20 1:22pm
 Re: Reduced staffing due to Covid means longer than normal -  VT_Syrup on 7/1/20 1:36pm
 Re: Reduced staffing due to Covid means longer than normal -  Expeditor on 7/1/20 4:16pm



 
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