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Apostille / Legalization


Apostille / Legalization

We authenticate documents in all 50 states and offer FREE document review.  Fill the form below to begin the process.


Optional Translation Services provided for an additional fee.

Optional forwarding of completed documents to the destination country is available for an additional fee. 

Expedited Service for qualifying documents is available for an additional fee.

COVID-19 Procedures:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, processing times are longer. Many of the U.S. Federal and State government agencies and Embassy/Consulate offices are operating with restrictions and limited hours or may be temporarily closed. We will keep you informed of any delays.

  • What is an Apostille?
    Apostille is a French word for certification. Apostille validates the seal and signature of the notary public on the document and authenticates the origin of the country that issued the document. The country that issued the public document and the country that will receive the public document must both be members of the Hague convention. See list of Hague countries Countries that are not members of the Hague convention are in italics - click link above to view list. Their documents require legalization by the Embassy/Consulate. We are able to handle that for you as well in all 50 states.
  • What type of qualifying documents require Apostille?
    Public documents such as vital records, powers of attorney, passports and more. Corporate documents such as Mergers, Articles of Incorporation, Certificates of Good Standing and more. Academic documents such as GED, diplomas, report cards, transcripts and more. Federal Documents such as FBI background checks, Certificates of Naturalization and more.

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