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An “apostille” is a form of authentication issued to documents for use in countries that participate in the Hague Convention of 1961. A list of countries that accept apostilles is provided by the US State Department.

If the country of intended use does not participate in the Hague Convention , documents being sent to that country can be “authenticated” or “certified”.

The Office of the Secretary of State provides apostille and authentication service to U.S. citizens and foreign nationals on documents that will be used overseas. Types of documents include corporate documents such as company bylaws and articles of incorporation, power of attorney, diplomas, transcripts, letters relating to degrees, marital status, references and job certifications, home studies, deeds of assignments, distributorship agreements, papers for adoption purposes, etc. The U.S. State Department provides general information about document authentications and apostilles under the Hague Convention of 1961

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Our Process

Document Apostille

  • Schedule an appointment for a mobile notary to meet you to collect and notarize or certify your documents.
  • Pay the invoice.
  • Meet-up with the notary to begin the process.

Certified Copy

  • Email your documents anytime day or night (24/7)
  • Receive an email from a team member regarding the review of your documents and service, including necessary requirements such as original documents, Department of State Requirements, and notarizations.
  • Once your service request is approved and the invoice is paid, we will begin the process.

FBI Apostille

  • Schedule an appointment for a mobile technician to collect your digital prints.
  • Pay the invoice.
  • Meet with the technician and complete the fingerprinting process.
  • Your fingerprints will be submitted electronically to the FBI to obtain the apostille.


Step 1

Schedule an appointment to have one of our Mobile Notaries come to your location to notarize and pick up your documentation and Apostille processing.

Step 2

We have the signature of the notary (or authorized signatory) authenticated by the county clerk’s office in which the signature is registered (not required in all states).

Step 3

We obtain an Apostille certificate for your documentation from the Department/Secretary of State where your documentation was notarized or issued.

Step 4

We deliver your documentation back to you or we can ship them anywhere in the world at your request using FedEx International Priority shipping.

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