Wednesday, 21 December 2011

More notary fun

So after spending about $120 in fees here at the Peruvian embassy in Seoul, we were told that the MFA in Lima wouldn't approve the documents we sent and that my husband would have to go to Peru in person and sign. That's the only way to get docs apostillised in Peru. And that's utterly ridiculous.

So. . .

Tomorrow we're going to go to three Korean notaries and try to get his signature notarised. If that works, it'll only cost $1 to get them apostillised, compared to $2 in the State of Illinois and $15 in Peru. Seems a bit backwards that it's more expensive in a third world country, but Peru's a backwards place.

Be sure to read about what has happened so far. You can find everything in the quick summary of dates.


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