DECEMBER 27, 2016
If you need an apostille for a document that originates from Westchester county, New York, we will be happy to assist you!
Documents notarized by notaries public qualified in Westchester county, as well as Westchester vital records issued by local registrars (birth, marriage, death certificates), and Westchester court records, require county clerk's authentication before thay can be submitted for apostilles. We will take care of both legalization steps (Westchester county clerk's authentication + New York State apostille).
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Here are a couple of tips for getting apostilles for Westchester documents:
Notarized documents: under New York State law, records to verify notary qualification are kept for only 7 years by both the State and Westchester County Clerk's office. A document bearing an acknowledgement older than seven years cannot be authenticated.
Birth, marriage, death certificates: If you need an authentication of a birth, death or marriage certificate issued by a local clerk in Westchester County, your certified copy must have been issued within the last year. Plain copies cannot be authenticated.
You can call us at (646) 267-1140 with any questions about New York apostille process for Westchester documents. We are available Monday - Sunday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. to answer your questions.
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