The Mark of Cain was just a sign God gave Cain to prevent other people from killing Cain because he had killed his brother. I find that especially interesting because, WHAT OTHER PEOPLE?! Supposedly there were only the people in the entire world; Adam, Eve, and Cain. This verse along with Gen 6:2 imply others were on Earth (There's a book removed from the canon called the Book of Enoch which explains a lot). In any case, I doubt I can get an Apostille. The Sec'y of State office in Nevada is basically closed due to the Pandemic (like they ever did anything during the normal times other than collect money). But in the court case I'm listing as a precedent, no Apostille or any other form of Authentication was needed besides the certification stamp. I hate Spell check. It's like that little drawer in the bottom of the fridge called "the crisper". One comedian called it "the Rotter" because that's what happens to any veggies put in there (wrapping crispy vegetables in wax paper helps). Spell check should be called "inserting random non-sequitur words into your post to make you look stupid!". FB also does this deliberately if you use the mobile browser instead of their app It took me a long time to figure out the information on websites regarding Apostilles. For example on the DFA website, it's worded in a way that implies they can Apostillize my Foreign decree. They cannot. Only the country that issues a document can Apostillize it. Fortunately the definition I included about the Hague Convention specifically said that at the end. This also helps proves my original point about the unnecessary services the Philippine Embassy provides (at excessively higher rates - like $400 for a FREE VISA!). There's no way DFA could even HAVE the authority to authenticate any foreign documents. They are also not supposed be dealing with foreigners either unless they are helping a Foreign spouse of a Philippine citizen. That's similar to what the US Embassy offers. Still, no list of documents needing an Apostille includes Divorces. It might fall under the category of court decrees, but even in list that specifies which decrees DIVORCE is still not listed. I suspect that it's because most people get a Certified copy to begin with and that should be sufficient since the Certification stamp is from the Court itself and with the original filing and the certification of the copy it's basically Double certified. We'll soon see. Anyway. Enough off topic stuff. I'll keep everyone posted once I learn more. First step will be getting the Affidavit notarized, then head to PSA for both CENOMARS and her birth certificate. Then comes the fun part. I'm debating whether or not I should ask PSA about anything at all especially about updating the CENOMAR. I'm sure they will simply try to perpetuate the myth that I need to file a case with RTC before they can update it, or tell me they do not list Divorces on a CENOMAR. Of course they do. But maybe they don't on a foreigner's CENOMAR. I still find it totally crazy that no one here knows anything about the laws (and most attorneys will lie to you to get you to file unnecessary cases). Someone was just commenting the other day how the Constitution didn't say that marriage had to be between a man and a woman because the purpose of marriage was procreation. If course it doesn't. That's what the Family Code is for, AND IT DOES SAY THAT... In a lot of ways the methods here are better than back home.