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Where in the U.S. does a pension get apostilled ?
I have a U.S. military pension from the USAF Reserves.
(1) I will be receiving at my request a letter from the U.S. central accounting for military retirees that I am receiving monthly income and what its gross pay is. The individual there who is sending me the letter has done this before for others like me for the same purpose as me she says. She is not an expert on the subject getting a document apostilled. But she says to get on line to her office with my password and print out my documentation of a monthly accounting statement of my pay to accompany her letter to use for my objective. Will this be adequate or am I tracking down the wrong path ?
I seem to recall when I reached age 60 I was given a letter “awarding” me of a pension with no other specifics about pay amount, etc. Is this latter award letter vital ? If so, do I get all three pieces apostilled ? …her letter, my monthly pay statement, and the pension award letter ? What exactly will Ecuador be looking for ? How picky will the review of my documents be ? I have never seen specifically what elements of pension are required for submission in the last few years of reading about about residential visa’s. Much thanks !
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