apostil

apostil

(əˈpɒstɪl) or

apostille

n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a marginal note
[C16: from French apostille, from Old French apostiller to make marginal notes, from Medieval Latin postilla, probably from Latin post illa (verba) after those (words)]
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I am privileged to receive this honour when the world is commemorating the 150th Birth Anniversary of Gandhi Ji, the extraordinary apostil of peace."
To bring the newborn to Israel, the intended parents must provide the surrogate's affidavit, which severs ties with the infant, the surrogate's legal identification, the newborn's birth certificate, signed and sealed with an apostil, the legal opinion of a local lawyer confirming that the domestic surrogacy procedure was done legally, and signed in front of the Israeli consul.
The apostil must be made by competent local authorities, and this local authority is different for each country.
For this reason, at least 200 diplomas from Kosovo's universities cannot be recognized as they had no apostil print.