Apostille (Notarization included)



Get an Apostille on your document within 5 minutes.

  1. Upload the document you need Apostille on (it will also be notarized if necessary).
  2. Complete the checkout process.
  3. After payment - verify your identity with ID.
  4. We will send you the uploaded document with an Apostille.

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Fast and Reliable Apostille Services

An Apostille is a crucial legal authentication that verifies the authenticity of various documents for use overseas. It plays a pivotal role in ensuring that your important documents are recognized and accepted by foreign governments, organizations, and authorities. Without this certification, presenting documents like birth certificates, marriage licenses, court orders, and federal documents in foreign countries can lead to complications. Our Apostille service simplifies the process, ensuring your documents are legally recognized across borders.

Why Choose Our Apostille Service?

Our Apostille service is a convenient and cost-effective solution for obtaining this essential certification. We offer fast turnaround times and competitive pricing, making it accessible to businesses, individuals, and organizations globally.

Our Process: Authentication and Certification

  1. Document Submission: Simply upload your documents to our secure platform.
  2. Notary Public Verification: Our experienced Notary Public will carefully review and verify the contents of your document.
  3. Certification and Apostille Attachment: After authentication, we secure the official Apostille certification, attaching it to your document. This step guarantees that your document is recognized as authentic and legally binding in foreign countries.

Types of Documents We Authenticate

  • Birth Certificates: Vital records for individuals.
  • Marriage Licenses: Validation of marital status.
  • Death Certificates: Proof of a loved one's passing.
  • Divorce Decrees: Confirmation of divorce proceedings.
  • Court Documents: Including court orders and federal documents.
  • Public Documents: Documents issued by government authorities.
  • Additional Certification: For specific requirements.

Why Apostille Certification Matters

Apostille certification is in accordance with The Hague Convention, an international treaty that simplifies the process of authenticating documents for foreign use. Without an Apostille, your documents may not be legally recognized in foreign countries, causing complications in various situations such as travel, business, or legal matters.

Benefits of Our Service

  • Fast Turnaround: Get your documents authenticated quickly.
  • Trusted Notary Public: Experienced professionals to ensure authenticity.
  • Convenience: Easily submit your documents online.
  • Global Recognition: Ensure your documents are accepted in foreign countries.

Contact Us Today. Don't risk the validity of your important documents abroad. Contact us today to learn more about our Apostille service and secure the authentication and certification your documents need for international recognition.

Payment Options. We accept credit card payments and money orders for your convenience.

Visit Our Office. For those who prefer an in-person visit, our physical address is available for document authentication through our Notary Public.

Government Authorities. Our Apostille service is authorized by the Department of State and County Clerk to provide the necessary certification for your original documents.

Note: Ensure you have the required documents and information when using our service for a seamless experience.

An Apostille is a certification that authenticates the origin and validity of a public document. It is issued by a competent authority designated by a participating country in the Apostille Convention, also known as the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
The purpose of an Apostille is to simplify the process of validating and accepting public documents in foreign countries. By affixing an Apostille, the document becomes legally recognized and can be presented in any participating country without further authentication.
The types of documents that can be apostilled vary by country, but they commonly include birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce decrees, adoption papers, educational diplomas, notarized documents, powers of attorney, court judgments, and official business documents.
The list of countries that are participants in the Apostille Convention can be found on the official website of the Hague Conference on Private International Law. This list is regularly updated and provides information about the countries that recognize Apostilles.
An Apostille does not have an expiration date and is generally considered valid indefinitely. Once an Apostille is affixed to a document, it remains valid as long as the document itself is valid and the participating country continues to recognize Apostilles.
Online Apostille services involves submitting digital copies of your documents through a secure online platform. The service provider then verifies and processes the documents on your behalf, liaising with the competent authority responsible for issuing the Apostille. Once the Apostille is issued, it is either mailed to you or delivered electronically.
Yes, an Apostille can be used for both personal and business documents, depending on the requirements of the participating country. Personal documents, such as birth certificates and marriage certificates, often require an Apostille for immigration or residency purposes, while business documents, such as certificates of incorporation, may need an Apostille for international business transactions.
While online Apostille services may be convenient and efficient, it's important to note that the acceptance and recognition of online Apostilles may vary by country. It's advisable to confirm with the relevant authorities in the destination country whether they accept digitally issued Apostilles.

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