What is an Apostille?

Apostille is the name for a specialized certificate for international use

An opportunity to advance your career, or a study program; adopt a child or get married at your dream destination, might be lost if your paper work isn’t completed or up to the mark. The paper filing process could be intimidating if you are doing it for the first time. With changing criterion and new foreign policies it could get complicated and frustrating. But, we are here to share the load so that you can have some peace of mind. With over 20 years of experience, we have helped people who had lost all hope due to the complexity of their case.

We have been helping people in getting Apostilles and Authentications for their documents in just 10 days. While you sit back and relax, we will print your documents, take them to notary office, get them verified and express mail them to you. It is that easy. All you need to do is send us your documents.

Apostille a digital copy of a document

Please upload a digital copy of your document(s). You can upload documents from your computer or take a picture with your mobile phone.

The Hague Apostille

The Hague Apostille is a document that verifies the authenticity of the document it accompanies. Physically it is an independent sheet that is attached to the public document and that shows the signature and seal that guarantees its legality. This simplified method of legalization was introduced by the “Hague Convention” on October 5th, 1961.

What documents can be apostilled?

Civil registration documents can be apostilled, for example: birth, marriage, divorce, single or death certificates. But not only those, but also notarized documents, certificates and/or academic degrees, employment, income, medical or property certificates, etc.

We also process apostilles for FBI background checks, through the US State Department.

You can place your apostille order for any type of document through the form above.

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Start your apostille request

Please upload a digital copy of your document(s).
You can upload documents from your computer or take a picture with your mobile phone.