Some U.S. citizens are planning to get married in abroad. They are frequently asked to submit the Single Status Affidavit to certify that they are free to marry and not already legally married. If the destination country is a signatory to the Hague Apostille Convention, the Single Status Affidavit must be apostilled.
Proof that you are not legally married will be necessary in another country to show that you are who you claim to be. Authorities from other international countries will ask for special documentation. One of the involved parties will require a document that contains some private information.
Once the Single Status Affidavit is filled out and notarized, your next step is to have it either apostilled or legalized, depending on the destination country. If the country where you will be married is a member of the Hague Convention of 1961, then your affidavit can be apostilled; for non-members, the affidavit is then legalized by the country’s embassy. Whether you need to apostille or legalize the Single Status Affidavit, notarization is the first step.
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