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Apostille Certificates

Apostille and Authentication Certificates Representatives from various nations met on Oct. 5, 1961 at the Hague in Holland to discuss international law. At this meeting, the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents (known as the "Hague Convention") was formed. Since then, more than 60 countries have joined the Hague Convention, including the United States of America. A designated official from each country, or subdivision of that country, is responsible for authenticating notarized documents. Documents which are notarized and forwarded to another country require verification or legalization of the notary's signature and official title prior to

New Form I-9 Released

The following from Verify I-9 LLC, remote employee verification service: "On Jan. 31, 2020, USCIS published the Form I-9 Federal Register notice announcing a new version of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, that the Office of Management and Budget approved on Oct. 21, 2019. This new version contains minor changes to the form and its instructions. You should begin using this updated form as of Jan. 31, 2020. The new form will be linked from the assignment email. You can also download it here: https://verifyi9remote.com/formi9.pdf NOTE: You and the employee may continue using the prior version of the form (Rev. 07/17/2017 N) until April 30, 2020. After that date, you can only use

The Louisiana Living Will Declaration Concerning Life Sustaining Procedures

Click here to see Paul Rabalais youtube video concerning Living Wills. See below Paul Rabalais comments: "Adults in Louisiana have the fundamental right to control their medical care decisions, including the decision to have life sustaining procedures withheld or withdrawn when diagnosed as having a terminal and irreversible condition. Most living wills are written and signed in the presence of two witnesses. There is a procedure in our Louisiana law where someone can can make an oral or nonverbal declaration subsequent to a diagnosis of a terminal and irreversible condition. Most living wills in Louisiana, including the illustrative form provided in our living will law, provide that the De

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