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The Office of the Secretary of State typically provides an apostille stamp on documents signed by the county clerk or another county or state government official without requiring further authentication.
However, documents that are not signed by a recognized government official may need to be notarized before receiving the apostille stamp. This means that the document must be signed in the presence of a notary who then attests to the authenticity of the signature. The notarized document is then sent to the secretary of state with the request for apostille stamp. In these circumstances, the secretary of state's office is authenticating the signature of the notary as a recognized official. If there is any doubt about the need for notarization, it's best to contact the secretary of state's office before mailing the request.
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