"If you need to conduct business or handle personal family matters in a country who is a member of the Hague Apostille Convention, you will be required to obtain an Apostille on a Power of Attorney. In most cases, the document will be prepared by an attorney or specialist.
Once the documents has been drafted, the next step is to meet with a local notary. The notary must follow the correct notarial guidelines in their State because the documents will be authenticated by the Secretary of State. The correct notarial wording must be either printed on the document or attached to the signed page.
[Romania will require] a translation, you will need to hire a certified translator to translate the document into [Romanian] and have the translators signature notarized by a notary."