Documents issued in the USA must be apostilled/legalized when it is going to be used in a foreign country.
What is an Apostille?
An apostille is a stamp that verifies authenticity of your official documents. It is issued by the US government and is required for legal documents intended for the use in countries that are members of the Hague Convention.
What is a Legalization?
An Legal document(s) intended for use in a country which is not a member of the Hague convention require a Legalization (also known as Chain Authentication or Consularization), which is Notarization, State Secretary of State Certification, Federal Authentication, and then Embassy Legalization.
Documents we typically Apostille/Legalization process include:
Apostille Pick Up + Processing
We Apostille documents for international use. Our Apostille Agents come to your location to pick up your documents and notarize them (if needed). We then process your documents through the appropriate government agencies . When the Apostille process is completed we will deliver your documents back to you or ship them anywhere in the world (additional fees will apply). Fees based on location, type of document, duration, timing and other factors. Schedule your appointment today!
We Legalize documents for international use. Our Legalization Agents come to your location to pick up your documents and notarize them (if necessary). We then process your documents through the appropriate government agency or agencies (county, state, & consulate). When the Legalization process is completed we will deliver your documents back to you or ship them anywhere in the world (at your request and expense). Schedule your appointment today!