Consulado General del Uruguay

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Legalizaciones

Except those Powers of Attorney which have to be signed before the Consul General, starting October 14th 2012 a new system of legalizations is taking place, with the entry into force -for Uruguay- of the Hague Convention on the Apostille. This new system does not require the consular legalizations among its signataries and establishes that all documents of a public nature (vital records, judgments, free sale certificates, foreign government certificates, school transcripts, university degrees, etc) will have to be apostilled by the Secretary Of State of the State where the document  is issued, and then they are ready to be sent to Uruguay to continue its paperwork process. Those documents of a private nature (powers of attorney, contracts, authorizations, etc) will need to be notarized and depending on the State, will need ot be validated by the County Clerk and the apostilled by the Secretary of State where the document is issued, or notarized and apostilled immediately after. We invite you to visit the website of the National Association of Secretary of States (www.nass.org) where through selecting the State, you will know how to proceed.



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