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Birth certificates, Marriage certificates, Drivers licenses, Death certificates need to be certified to be usable in Greece or the US. We can help you by providing you with the proper certification for your documents.

Apostilles from the State of Kansas

  Kansas Secretary of State Notary Clerk Memorial Hall, 1st Floor 120 S.W. 10th Avenue Topeka, KS 66612-1594 (785) 296-2239

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Apostilles from the State of Iowa

This is the address and information for the Iowa Secretary of State responsible for issuing Apostille certifications: Secretary of State Business Services Division Lucas Building, 1st Floor Des Moines, Iowa 50319 Phone: (515) 281- 5204 Fax:(515) 242-5953

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Apostilles from the State of Indiana

The Secretary of State for the State of Indiana provides Apostille and authentication services to U.S. citizens and Greek nationals for documents to be used in Greece. The Authentication Department for the Secretary of State for the State of Indiana … Continue reading

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Apostilles from the US Federal Government

Federally issued documents such as FBI Background checks, documents issued by the IRS, Birth Certificates of US Citizens born abroad and any other document that has been issued by a federal agency must receive an Apostille from the U.S. Department … Continue reading

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Apostilles from the State of Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Secretary of State provides Authentication and Apostille certificates for documents certified by a Wisconsin notary public or by Wisconsin public official to be used in Greece. They have information and a form on-line with a great explanation of … Continue reading

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Apostilles for the State of Illinois

The State of Illinois Index Department certifies by Apostille the validity of an Illinois notary public, county clerk, local registrar or circuit clerk. This special official certification is accepted by Greece as proof that specific documents are official. Main Office: … Continue reading

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Where do I get an Apostille for my State

Apostilles are issued by you state. Click on the lings below to find where to get an Apostille for your state. For a list of countries that issue and accept Apostille certifications, click here. Apostilles from the Federal Government Apostilles … Continue reading

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Greek translations for the Midwest

The General Consulate of Greece in Chicago serves all of the Midwest: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, N.Dakota, Nebraska, Ohio, S.Dakota, Wisconsin That means that all of the Midwest, we offer translations in to Greek and into English … Continue reading

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What types of documents should be certified by Apostille

All official documents to be used for any reason in Greece. Examples are: Birth certificates Marriage certificates Marriage licenses Death certificates University degrees and diplomas Divorce decrees Powers of attorney (plerexousio) Authorizations (εξουσιοδότηση – exousiodotisi) Wills Sworn statements and other … Continue reading

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Are my documents valid in Greece with an Apostille

Yes, Greece is one of the signatory countries in the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961, and as such, all documents that bear the Apostille seal are legal and valid to be used by Greek authorities. They do not need … Continue reading

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