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The apostille is designed to save part of the chain of verifications required for a person seeking to present a public certificate from one country to another. Thus, for example, before the Hague Convention of 1961 (the Apostille Convention) was created, the same person had to verify the public certificate at the competent authority that issued it, verify the signature of that authority at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of that country, and finally, verify the signature of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the diplomatic or consular mission of the country in which he wishes to present the document.

The apostille is designed to save part of the chain of verifications required for a person seeking to present a public certificate from one country to another.

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The apostille is designed to save part of the chain of verifications required for a person seeking to present a public certificate from one country to another. Thus, for example, before the Hague Convention of 1961 (the Apostille Convention) was created, the same person had to verify the public certificate at the competent authority that issued it, verify the signature of that authority at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of that country, and finally, verify the signature of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the diplomatic or consular mission of the country in which he wishes to present the document.

This procedure is still required today in cases where a person wishes to present a public certificate of one country in another country, when one of those countries is not a signatory to the Apostille Convention. For example, a person who wishes to present an Israeli birth certificate in Canada (which is not signed by the Apostille Convention), must issue the certificate at the Ministry of the Interior, verify the signature of the registration clerk of the Ministry of the Interior at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and then verify the signature of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the Canadian Embassy in Israel. It becomes even more complex when a person wants to present a public certificate from one country in another country, which does not have an official representation in the country that issued the certificate.

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