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Preparing Documents for Foreign Use: An overview of the Apostille, Authentication and Legalization Process
Deirdre Davis-Washington, Assistant Vice President, Washington DC Branch Manager
1.5 CLE hours
Summary: The use of documents such as Powers of Attorney, corporate charter documents and good standing certificates in countries outside of the United States usually require approval by state and federal governments as well as the Embassies and/or Consulate offices. This session will assist with identifying when documents require notary certification and authentication by the secretary of state and when full legalization is necessary. Learn the differences between an Apostille and Notary Certification. Also, determine requirements of the U.S. Department of State and various Embassies and Consulate offices to ensure important deadlines and expectations are met. Get the ins and outs from someone who deals with the agencies daily so you may have the knowledge to have your requests processed quickly, accurately and as painlessly as possible.
Who should attend: Paralegals and Legal Assistants working in the areas of Corporate, Business, Government Relations, Real Estate, IP and Contracts Law and Litigation, and Paralegal Students who would like to learn more about the topic.
3 East 43rd Street,
3rd Floor Conference and Student Study Room
New York, NY
Light refreshments will be served