Apostille Mission Viejo

Mission Viejo Apostille

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Mission Viejo is a city located in southern Orange County, California in the Saddleback Valley. It was named the safest city in the United States in a 2007 Morgan Quitno crime statistic survey. In 2009, it was named the safest city in California and third safest in the nation, according to CQ Press. The land upon which Mission Viejo is developed was part of the 52,000-acre Rancho Mission Viejo. The chain of title to the land dates back to July 27, 1769, when a Spaniard named Gaspar de Portola led an expeditionary force from Mexico across the southern border of the ranch and claimed the land for Spain.

What is an Apostille?
Apostille is a French word for “certification.” The Hague Convention was formed in 1961. It is an agreement among Hague country members to simplify the acceptance of official documents in the list of participating countries.

Examples of Documents Needing an Apostille or Authentication: Vital Records (Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Death Certificate), Divorce Decree, Power of Attorney, Corporate Documents, State Documents, Federal Documents etc.