Is the Apostille stamp recognized universally in Chile yet?

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Re: Is the Apostille stamp recognized universally in Chile yet?

Post by Space Cat » Sun Jan 29, 2017 10:58 am

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...it is inconsistent for Canada to accept that a Convention refugee overseas is in need of protection but treat them as inadmissible because they would cause excessive demands on health services.

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Re: Is the Apostille stamp recognized universally in Chile yet?

Post by Esteban2017 » Sun Jan 29, 2017 12:58 pm

To answer your question I was born in the USA.

I understand that you are saying just get as many documents as you can. It sounds like the only technically required document is the Work Contract.

What about the passport pages, getting every page stamped with Apostille?

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