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Massachusetts Counties and Cities

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Barnstable Berkshire Bristol Dukes
       
Barnstable Adams  Achushnet  Chilmark 
Bourne  Alford  Attleborough  Cottage City 
Brewster  Becket  Berkley  Edgartown 
Chatham  Cheshire  Dartmouth  Gay Head 
Dennis  Clarksburg  Dighton  Gosnold 
Eastham  Dalton  Easton  Dukes County
Falmouth  Egremont  Fairhaven  Tisbury 
Harwich  Florida  Fall River  West Tisbury 
Masphee  Great Barrington  Freetown   
Orleans  Hancock  Mansfield   
Provincetown Hinsdale  New Bedford   
Sandwich  Lanesborough  North Attleborough  
Truro  Lee  Norton   
Wellfleet  Lenox  Pawtucket   
Yarmouth  Monterey Rayntham   
  Mount Washington Rhoboth   
  New Ashford  Seekonk  
  New Marlborough Somerset   
  North Adams  Swansey   
  Otis  Taunton   
  Peru  Wesport   
  Pittsfield     
  Richmond     
  Sandisfield     
  Savoy     
  Sheffield     
  Stockbridge     
  Tyringham     
  Washington     
  West Stockbridge     
  Williamstown     
  Windsor     
Essex Franklin Hampden Hampshire
       
Amesbury  Ashfield  Agawam  Amherst 
Andover  Bernardston Blanford  Belchtown 
Beverly  Buckland  Brimfield  Chesterfield 
Bradford  Charlemont  Chester  Cummington 
Boxford  Colcraine  Chicopee  Easthampton
Danvers  Conway  East Longmeadow Enfield 
Essex  Deerfield  Granville  Goshen 
Georgetown  Erving  Hampden  Granby 
Gloucester  Gill  Holland  Greenwich 
Gloveland  Greenfield  Holyoke  Hadley 
Hamilton  Harley  Long Meadow  Hatfield 
Haverhill  Health  Ludlow  Huntington 
Ipswich  Leverett  Monson  Middlefield 
Lawrence  Lydon  Montgomery  Northampton
Lynn  Monroe  Palmer  Pelham 
Lynnfield  Montague  Russell  Plainfield
Manchester  New Salem  Southwick  Prescott 
Marblehead  Northfield  Springfield  South Hadley
Merrimac  Orange  Tolland  Southampton 
Methuen  Rowe  Wales  Ware 
Middleton  Shelborne  West Springfield  Westhampton
Nahant  Shrutisbury  Westfield  Williamsburg 
Newbury  Sunderland  Wilbraham  Worthington 
Newburyport  Warwick     
North Andover Wendel     
Peabody  Whatley     
Rockport       
Rowley       
Salem       
Salisbury       
Saugus       
Swampscott       
Topsfield       
Winham       
West Newbury      

 

Middlesex Middlesex Nantucket Norfolk
       
Acton Maynard Nantucket Avon
Arlington Medford   Bellingham
Ashly Melrose   Braintree
Ashland Natick   Brookline
Ayer Newton   Canton
Bedford North Reading   Cohasset
Belmont Norwich   Dedham
Billerica Pepperell   Dorchester
Boxbourough Reading   Dover
Brighton Sherborn   Foxborough
Burlington Shirley   Franklin
Caambridge Somerville   Holbrook
Carlisle South Reading   Hyde Park
Charlestown Stoneham    Medfield
Chemsford Stow   Medway
Concord Sudbury   Millis
Dracut Tewksbury   Milton
Dunstable Townsend   Needham
Everett Tyngsboro   Norfolk
Framington Wakefield   Norwood
Groton Waltham   Quincy
Holliston Watertown   Randolph
Hopkington Wayland   Roxbury
Hudson West Cambridge   Sharon
Lexington Westford   Stoughton
Lincoln Weston   Walpole
Littleton Wilmington   Wellesley
Lowell Winchester    
Malden Woburn    
Marlborough      
Plymouth Suffolk Worcester Worcester
       
Abington Boston Ashburnham North Brookfield
Bridgewater Chelsea Athol Northborough
Brockton North Chelsea Auburn Northbridge
Carver Revere Barre Oakham
Duxbury Winthrop Berlin Oxford
East Bridgewater   Blackstone Paxton
Halfax   Bolton Petersham
Hanover   Boylston Phillipston
Hanson   Brookfield Princeton
Hingham   Charlton Royalston
Hull   Clinton Rutland
Kingston   Dana Shrewsbury
Lakeville   Douglas Southborough
Marion   Dudley Southbridge
Marshfield   Fitchburg Spencer
Mattapoisett   Gardner Sterling
Middleborough   Grafton Sturbridge
North Bridgewater   Hardwick Sutton
Norwell   Harvard Templeton
Pembroke   Holden Upton
Plymouth   Hopedale Uxbridge
Plympton   Hubbardston Warren
Rochester   Lancaster Webster
Rockland   Leicester West Boylston
Scituate   Leominster West Brookfield
South Scituate   Lunenburg Westborough
Wareham   Mendon Westminster
West Bridgewater   Milford Winchendon
    Millbury Worcester
    New Braintree  

Costa Rica Apostille

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Costa Rica is NOT an apostille country yet, if you request for an apostille, Costa Rica is not issued with apostille certificate, but an authentication certificate. 

What types of documents may you need to apostille? You may need to get your birth certificate apostille, marriage certificate apostille, degree apostille, death certificate apostille, power of attorney apostille, notarized documents apostille, fda apostille, coprorate documents apostille etc.

A List of Cities in Los Angeles County

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Los Angeles County Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Acton
Adams Square
Agoura
Agoura Hills*
Agua Dulce
Alhambra*
Alla
Alondra Park
Alsace
Altadena
Antelope Acres
Antelope Center
Arcadia*
Artesia*
Athens
Atwater
Aurant
Avalon*
Avalon Village
Avocado Heights
Azusa*
Baldwin Hills
Baldwin Park*
Bandini
Bartolo
Bassett
Bel Air
Bell*
Bell Gardens*
Bellflower*
Belmont Shore
Belvedere
Belvedere Gardens
Beverly Glen
Beverly Hills*
Big Pines
Big Rock Springs
Bixby Knolls
Boiling Point
Bouquet Junction
Boyle Heights
Bradbury*
Brents Junction
Brentwood
Brentwood Heights
Briggs Terrace
Burbank*
Burbank Junction
Butler
Calabasas*
Calabasas Highlands
California Heights
Canoga Park
Carmenita
Carson*
Castaic
Castaic Junction
Castellammare
Caswell
Cedar Springs
Century City
Cerritos*
Chapman
Charter Oak
Chatsworth
Cienega
Citrus
City Terrace
Claremont*
Clement Junction
Clifton
Colima
Commerce*
Compton*
Cornell
Covina*
Cudahy*
Culver City*
Culver Junction
Dayton Avenue
Deer Lake Highlands
Del Aire
Del Amo
Del Sur
Del Valle
Delta
Desert View Highlands
Diamond Bar*
Dolanco Junction
Dolores
Dominguez
Dominguez Junction
Douglas Junction
Downey*
Downey Road
Duarte*
Dudmore
Eagle Rock
East Arcadia
East Compton
East La Mirada
East Los Angeles
East Pasadena
East San Gabriel
East Whittier
El Monte*
El Nido
El Segundo*
El Sereno
Elftman
Encino
Fairmont
Fern Ann Falls
Fernwood
Firestone Park
Five Points
Florence
Four Points
Friendly Hills
Gardena*
Garvanza
Gemco
Glendale*
Glendale Junction
Glendora*
Glenview
Gorman
Graham
Granada Hills
Green Valley
Hacienda Heights
Happy Valley
Harbor City
Harbor Hills
Harold
Hawaiian Gardens*
Hawthorne*
Hermosa Beach*
Hewitt
Hi Vista
Hidden Hills*
Hidden Springs
Highland Park
Hillgrove
Hobart
Hollydale
Hollywood
Hollywood Riviera
Home Junction
Honby
Humphreys
Huntington Park*
Hyde Park
Indian Springs
Industry*
Inglewood*
Ironsides
Irwindale*
Jefferson
Juniper Hills
Kester
Keystone
Kincaid
Kinneloa Mesa
La Canada Flintridge*
La Crescenta
La Fetra
La Fresa
La Habra Heights*
La Mirada*
La Puente*
La Verne*
Ladera Heights
Laguna
Lairport
Lake Balboa
Lake Hughes
Lake Los Angeles
Lakeside Park
Lakewood*
Lamanda Park
Lancaster*
Lang
Largo Vista
Las Flores
Lawndale*
Leffingwell
Leimert Park
Lennox
Leona Valley
Lincoln Crest
Lincoln Heights
Lincoln Village
Linda Vista
Littlerock
Lomita*
Long Beach*
Longview
Los Angeles*
Los Nietos
Los Nietos Junction
Lynwood*
Lynwood Gardens
Magnolia Park
Mahou Riviera
Malibu*
Malibu Beach
Malibu Bowl
Malibu Hills
Malibu Junction
Malibu Vista
Manhattan Beach*
Mar Vista
Maravilla
Marina del Rey
Marne
Martins
Mayflower Village
Maywood*
McCampbell
Mile High
Mint Canyon
Miraleste
Mission Hills
Mission Junction
Monaco
Monrovia*
Monte Nido
Montebello*
Monterey Park*
Montrose
Morningside Park
Mount Washington
Mount Wilson
Nadeau
Naples
Naud Junction
Nevin
Newhall
Ninetynine Oaks
North El Monte
North Glendale
North Hills
North Hollywood
North Long Beach
North Pomona
Northridge
Norwalk*
Oak Knoll
Oban
Ocean Park
Old Point Comfort
Olga
Olive View
Otterbein
Pacific Palisades
Pacoima
Palmdale*
Palms
Palos Verdes Estates*
Palos Verdes Peninsula
Panorama City
Paradise Springs
Paramount*
Pardee
Paris
Parklabrea
Pasadena*
Pearblossom
Pearland
Perry
Pico
Pico Rivera*
Playa del Rey
Playa Vista
Pomona*
Portuguese Bend
Puente Junction
Quartz Hill
Rancho Palos Verdes*
Rancho Santa Clarita
Ravenna
Raymer
Redman
Redondo Beach*
Redondo Junction
Reseda
Rio Hondo
Riviera
Rolling Hills*
Rolling Hills Estates*
Roosevelt
Rosemead*
Rowland
Rowland Heights
Russ
San Dimas*
San Fernando*
San Gabriel*
San Marino*
San Pedro
San Pedro Hill
Sandberg
Santa Clarita*
Santa Fe Springs*
Santa Monica*
Saugus
Seminole Hot Springs
Sentous
Shadow Hills
Sherman Oaks
Sierra Madre*
Signal Hill*
Singing Springs
Sleepy Valley
Solemint
South El Monte*
South Gate*
South Los Angeles
South Pasadena*
South San Gabriel
South San Jose Hills
South Whittier
Southwest Village
Spadra
Stonehurst
Stoneman
Studebaker
Studio City
Sulphur Springs
Sun Valley
Sunland
Sunrise
Sylmar
Sylvia Park
Tarzana
Taylor Junction
Temple City*
The Oaks
Thenard
Three Points
Topanga
Topanga Beach
Topanga Oaks
Topanga Park
Torrance*
Trancas
Tujunga
Twin Lakes
Two Harbors
Universal City
Val Verde
Valencia
Valinda
Valla
Valyermo
Van Ness
Van Nuys
Vega
Venice
Verdugo City
Vernon*
View Park
Vincent
Vinvale
Vista del Mar
Walker
Walnut*
Walnut Park
Walteria
Watson
Watson Junction
Watts
Wellington Heights
West Arcadia
West Athens
West Carson
West Compton
West Covina*
West Glendale
West Hollywood*
West Los Angeles
West Puente Valley
West Whittier
Westchester
Westlake Village*
Westmont
Westwood
Westwood Village
White Heather
Whittier*
Whittier Junction
Wildasin
Wildwood
Willowbrook
Wilmington
Wilsona Gardens
Windsor Hills
Wingfoot
Winnetka
Woodland Hills
Workman

Iraq News

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By STEVEN LEE MYERS

Seven years after the American invasion of Iraq, the U.S. occupation began to wind down even as the country slogged through months of political turmoil in the wake of an indecisive parliamentary election held in March 2010.

On Aug. 31, 2010, President Obama declared an end to the American combat mission in Iraq. It was not until November, however, that the country’s political leadership agreed on a new government of unity that would give Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki a second term, and even then it took another month for the losing candidate, Ayad Allawi, to give his grudging and conditional acceptance. Approval by Parliament came Dec. 21, days before a constitutionally mandated deadline.

A parliamentary vote in March vote had been inconclusive. The party led by Mr. Maliki won 89 seats, trailing the 91 gained by a party led by Mr. Allawi. Mr. Allawi and Mr. Maliki are both Shiites, but Mr. Allawi is a secular figure who drew votes from the country’s Sunni minority.

After months of stalemate, an agreement was reached in November that gave Mr. Allawi’s bloc the position of speaker of the Parliament as well as leadership of a newly created committee overseeing national security. The creation of the committee was a compromise pushed by the Obama administration to ensure the participation of Sunnis, Iraq’s former rulers, who have been underrepresented in the Iraqi government since the American invasion.

In the months after the election, Mr. Maliki, a Shiite, fought hard to hold onto office, but initially was unable to win the support he needed from other parties representing the Shiite majority. The turning point came on Oct. 1, when he gained the surprise endorsement of a Shiite bloc led by Moktada al-Sadr.

The talks that followed were shaped by the American desire to include Sunnis in the government and by the Kurds, who held the seats the Shiite alliance needed for a majority. They threw their support behind Mr. Maliki in exchange for holding onto the presidency.

The protracted turmoil, and the strengthened position of the fiercely anti-American Mr. Sadr, cast new doubt on establishing any enduring American military role in Iraq after the last of nearly 50,000 troops are scheduled to withdraw in the next 12 months. Given Iraq’s military shortcomings, especially in air power, intelligence coordination and logistics, American and Iraqi officials had long expected that some American military presence, even if only in an advisory role, would continue beyond 2011

Vietnam Embassy Legalization

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Geography
Spreading along the eastern edge of the Indochinese Peninsula, Vietnam covers a land area of 330,900 sq. km with the legendary world of Halong Bay, the colourful charm of Central Highlands and the criss-cross waterways of the Mekong Delta. The country boasts a marvelous coastline of 3,260km dotted with white sandy beaches, tranquil bays and vivid coral reefs. Vietnam also shares land borders of 3,700km with Laos, Cambodia and China. Moreover, with a tropical monsoon climate, all parts of the country are mostly warm the whole year round, which is ideal for those who love sunny weather.

Vietnam Destination
Ben Tre, Buon Ma Thuot, Ca Mau, Can Tho, Cao Bang, Chau Doc, Da Lat, Da Nang, Dien Bien Phu, Dong Ha, Dong Hoi, Hai Phong, Ha Noi, Ha Tien, Hue, Lang Son, My Tho, Nha Trang, Phan Thiet, Thai Nguyen, Tay Ninh, Saigon, Son La, Sapa, Ba Be lake, Cana, Cat Ba islands, Halong bay, HoaLu-TamCoc-BichDong, Hoi An, My Lai, My Son, Phu Quoc

Mexico Apostille

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Mexico is a party to the Hague Convention, therefore you would need to obtain an apostille for your documents.

Mexico, is a federal constitutional republic in North America. It is bordered on the north by the United States; on the south and west by the Pacific Ocean; on the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea; and on the east by the Gulf of Mexico. Covering almost 2 million square kilometres. Mexico is the fifth-largest country in the Americas by total area and the 14th largest independent nation in the world. With an estimated population of 111 million, it is the 11th most populous country and the most populous Hispanophone country on Earth. Mexico is a federation comprising thirty-one states and a Federal District, the capital city.

A List of Universities in Alaska | Apostille Central

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Alaska Bible College
Alaska Pacific University
University of Alaska System
  Anchorage
  Fairbanks
  Southeast (Juneau)

Most Common Personal Documents Apostille

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Adoption Dossier
Attorney Letter
Birth Certificate
Death Certificate
Marriage Certificate
Certificate of Good Conduct /Police Clearance Letter
Certificate of Naturalization
Certificate of non-marital status
Children’s Travel Consent Letter
Copy Certification
Court Document
Criminal Background Check
Diploma / Degree
Divorce Judgement/Decree
FBI Background Check
Financial Statements
General Power of Attorney
No Record of a Marriage
Notarized copies of Passport, Affidavits, and other documents
Partnership Agreement
Police Clearance Letter/Background Check
Power of Attorney
Proof of Citizenship
References and job certification.
Sheriff’s Clearance Letter/Background Check
Shipping Documents (commercial invoice and certificate of origin)
Single Status Affidavit
Single Status to Marry, No record of a Marriage
State Background Check
Transcripts (School, College, University, or any other issuing agency)
Trust
Will

Netherlands Apostille | Netherlands News | Apostille Central

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WASHINGTON–The two Yemeni men arrested Monday after flying from O’Hare International Airport to Amsterdam were released from custody in the Netherlands today after an investigation showed no evidence of a crime, a Dutch official said.

The two initially had been suspected of preparing for a terror attack.

Floris van Hovell, an official with the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Washington, said the men were released at approximately 11 a.m. Chicago time.
Van Hovell said Dutch authorities took the case very seriously because U.S. officials had told them that a preliminary test on luggage belonging to one of the men showed traces of explosives after both already had left aboard a United flight from Chicago to Amsterdam.

The test apparently was done on luggage retrieved at Washington Dulles International Airport. Further tests determined there were no explosives present, he said.

The men were interrogated extensively and search warrants were executed in the U.S. as part of the probe, he said.

Van Hovell, the embassy’s counselor of public diplomacy, press and culture, said the public prosecutor in Amsterdam issued a statement when the men were released at the end of the business day there Wednesday. He did not know the men’s whereabouts.

Ukraine Apostille | Ukraine News | Apostille Central

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Football: Poland and Ukraine overcoming Euro 2012 jitters 
 
WARSAW, Sept 1, 2010 (AFP) – The girders sway from cranes on the riverside in the heart of Poland’s capital Warsaw, as the vast metal and concrete skeleton of a stadium takes shape, slowly but surely.

Across Europe, 51 footballing nations are preparing to lock horns when the Euro 2012 qualifying campaign begins in earnest this week.

The remaining two, Poland and Ukraine, guaranteed a berth, are meanwhile overcoming recurrent concerns about their ability to be ready to host the quadrennial showcase.

 
“I think things are progressing in the right direction,” Martin Kallen, Euro watchdog at Europe’s football governing body UEFA, told AFP.

In April 2007, UEFA wrongfooted pundits by picking Poland and Ukraine over favourites Italy and joint bidders Hungary and Croatia to host the 16-team European Championship.

It will be the first time either has run a major tournament and marks UEFA’s first serious foray behind the former Iron Curtain.

That means a far greater challenge on the infrastructure front than previous, western European editions of the tournament, last held in 2008 in Alpine-efficient Austria and Switzerland.

From the outset, UEFA has piled pressure on Poland and, to a far greater extent, Ukraine, to ensure they stick to the timetable for upgrading or constructing from scratch the required stadiums; plus the hotels, airport terminals and roads to cope with an expected 1.2 million fans.

“The decision was made in 2007 to go for Ukraine and Poland, and since then, UEFA has been pushing very hard,” said Kallen. “But this will be a fantastic tournament.”

Ukraine has been a persistent concern, amid a spectacular economic slump and bitter political infighting, although the latter has now eased.

“I think UEFA has shown in the past that we understood the crisis in Ukraine. So they got several chances to get back onto the project. But in the end, they need to deliver in 2012,” said Kallen.

As recently as April, UEFA head Michel Platini issued an ultimatum, giving Ukrainian organisers two months to prove their mettle, amid stadium delays in the capital Kiev, venue for the final on July 1, 2012.

“If there’s no stadium in Kiev, there’ll be no Euro in Ukraine,” Platini warned.

The tune is very different now.

“We are very confident that everything will be ready by the set deadlines,” Platini said last week. “We can consider the ultimatum dropped.”

UEFA’s stern language appears to have focused minds and Kallen said it is important to keep things in perspective.

“I think Euro 2004 in Portugal is more comparable (with Euro 2012) than Euro 2008 in Switzerland and Austria, because in Portugal there was a lot of infrastructure to be built too,” he noted.

“In Portugal, in principle we were doing everything at the last minute. Everything went really well in the end, but we were always under time pressure,” he explained.

Opening a new airport terminal in host city Kharkiv last weekend, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych was upbeat.

“We’ve caught up with the timetable for Euro 2012. There’s still a lot of work to do, so we can’t relax. We’re going to step up the rhythm,” he said.

UEFA has been happier about the state of play in Poland.

A European Union member since 2004, it was alone in the 27-nation bloc in posting economic growth last year amid the global slump.

It has also enjoyed political stability since liberal Donald Tusk – an ardent football fan and Sunday league player – became premier after beating a fractious conservative-led coalition in an October 2007 snap election.

“Preparations are on track,” Mikolaj Piotrowski, PR chief of Polish coordinating body PL.2012, told AFP.

“In Poland, nobody’s asking whether we can manage to organise the tournament,” he added.

A survey several months ago found 75 percent of Poles were convinced the country would be ready in time.

The championship is set to kick off at Warsaw’s new national stadium on June 8, 2012.

At face value, that leaves the hosts with just under two years, but the UEFA timetable requires most facilities to be ready by 2011, to iron out creases.

Built on the site of a defunct communist-era stadium near the banks of the River Vistula in central Warsaw, the new 55,000-seater arena is due to be finished by June 2011.

Poland are due to play their first game there – a friendly against Germany – in September 2011.