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What is Apostille Services?

An Apostille acts like a universal stamp of authenticity, verifying the legitimacy of your document’s signatures and seals for countries part of the Hague Apostille Convention. This simplifies the process for foreign authorities to recognize your document, saving you time and hassle when dealing with legal matters, education verification, or business ventures overseas. Only the Competent Authority can issue an apostille.

You may have been told to get an Apostille for your documents by an official in another country. Apostilles are used when documents need to be produced abroad. If you have been told that you need an Apostille, your documents require another verification level to become valid for use in another country.

Apostilles authenticate the seals and signatures of officials on public documents such as birth certificates, notarial certificates, court orders, or any other document issued by a public authority. With an Apostille, those documents can be recognized by foreign authorities.

The Apostille itself is a full-page certificate. It is permanently attached to a notarized or certified document (removing the staple or clasp is legally forbidden).

Why do I need Apostille services?

You might need Apostille services if you plan to use an official document issued in the U.S. abroad.

What are Notarial Certificates or Certifications?

Notary Public Certification:

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When will I require Apostille service?

There are many situations where an Apostille is needed. Some of the most common examples include international marriages, applications for studies, residency or citizenship in a foreign state, international relocation, inter-country adoption procedures, international business transactions, and foreign investment procedures, enforcement of intellectual property rights abroad, foreign legal proceedings, and more. As a result, several million Apostilles are issued around the world every year.

How can I verify the authenticity of apostille or notarial certificate?

What process does my document need to go through to get an Apostille?

Step – 1) Notarization
Your official document should first be taken to a certified notary public. Notarization of your document reduces the chance of fraud. It also let’s receiver of your document know that it is valid and can be trusted.

Step – 2) County Clerk Authentication
After your document is notarized, it must be authenticated in the same county where the notary is registered to notarize documents.

Step – 3) Department of State Apostille
The third step in the process is the issuance of the Apostille or certificate of authentication by the State Department. An application form must be completed. The documents in question, properly authenticated, must be attached and a fee paid.

Why choose Florida Mobile Notary for your Apostille needs?

BzBee Notary can handle the entire apostille process for you. Because of our relationships, we can complete the process and return your document quickly. we are a top-rated notary and apostille service because we are fast, reliable, and professional. the goal is to help you navigate the Apostille process quickly and easily, without wasting your time traveling back and forth to government buildings and dealing with bureaucratic red tape.

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