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What is it?
Is it valid?
Yes. Legally, it's the same as a handwritten signature, and there's no need for notarization.
How do I access my document?
You can access your digitally signed document from anywhere, in any device, with just a link. You can also use it as many times as you want.
What about the Apostille?
Here are some key points from the official Apostille Handbook about digital certificates and electronic signatures:
170 In many Contracting States, the law provides for the execution of public documents in electronic form through the use of an electronic signature. Public documents are increasingly being executed in electronic format, including notarial acts, judicial documents, civil status, adoption, taxation and other administrative documents, and electronically generated extracts from online official registers.
222 In the case of public documents that have been executed in or converted into electronic form and which bear an electronic signature, the origin of the document may be verified electronically by way of a digital certificate.
225 These problems [with signature verification] do not arise with public documents that have been executed in or converted into electronic form and which bear an electronic signature. The origin of such documents can always be easily and reliably verified on the basis of the digital certificate.
in Brazil by Presidential Decree no. 2.200-2.
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