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Apostille

We offer complete document Apostille, Authentication, and Embassy Legalization services, saving you the hassle of knowing the requirements of different government agencies. In addition, the process needs to be completed in a particular sequence, which we will carry out for you.

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So what is an apostille?

Apostille is an authentication certification, a stamp. It is designed for use among nations that participate in the Hague Convention. These joint regions are called signatory countries as formed by the Hague Conference on Private International Law.

Apostille only pertains to public documents. Primary examples of public instruments are marriage, birth and death certificates as well as court documents, patents and even diplomas.

For a complete list of participating countries, processes and procedures, please contact A&M Logos International, Inc as we provide extensive support and services for all your Apostille needs.process for you.

Getting documents apostilled can be a complex task especially if it is your first encounter with the entire document authentication subject. Our Apostille specialists will review your documents, advice of any required steps on your part and confirm apostille eligibility within one business day and in most cases even sooner.

Apostille Faq

What you need to know about Apostille.

So what is an apostille?

Document requirements for one country aren’t always the same for another. Their validity can be local to a certain region and differ from country to country. Sometimes records can be required or needed in another country but with so many different standards in effect, the need for a unified document was the key. In 1961 The Hague Conference on Private International Law established the Apostille. Apostille is an authentication certification, a stamp. It is designed for use among nations that participate in the Hague Convention. These joint regions are called signatory countries as formed by the Hague Conference on Private International Law.

Apostille only pertains to public documents. Primary examples of public instruments are marriage, birth and death certificates as well as court documents, patents and even diplomas.

How to get an Apostille?

Getting documents apostilled can be a complex task especially if it is your first encounter with the entire document authentication subject. Our Apostille specialists will review your documents, advice of any required steps on your part and confirm apostille eligibility within one business day and in most cases even sooner.

We service individual, corporate, legal firms and government organizations.

Which Documents Require an Apostille?

This is between you and the receiving entity. Some examples of documents submitted for authentications are:

  • Adoption paperwork
  • Corporate documents – articles, mergers, amendments, powers of attorney, by-laws, etc.
  • Powers of Attorney
  • School records – diplomas, transcripts, letters relating to degrees, etc.
  • Birth Certificates and other Vital Records
  • Marriage Licenses
  • Deeds of Assignment
  • References and Job Certifications
  • Trademarks
How do I begin?

The process is easy.  First we meet to complete the notarization of your documents.  Please print and complete the Apostille Request form HERE.  Then, once all your documents are ready to be authenticated, I will manage the process.  Your completed paperwork will be sent to you directly from the Secretary of State.

Apostille vs. Legalization

Legalization is the official process of document authentication granted by international governments. Presently, more than 200 countries accept foreign documents certified by apostille. However, there are certain restrictions regarding its acceptance. Some countries still reserve the right to deny the acceptance of apostillized documents, issued by other countries, which are also parties to the Convention. For example, documents apostillized in Albania, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Mongolia and the Dominican Republic are not recognized by Germany, Belgium, Greece and Spain, in spite of all these States having signed the international agreement. In cases such as this, and in case the documents are intended to be presented in a country, which is not a party of the Apostille Convention, a chain, multi – step embassy or consular legalization of documents is required to be done by a foreign authorities in order to be recognized.

A

Albania,
Andorra,
Antigua and Barbuda,
Argentina,
Armenia,
Azerbaijan,
Australia,
Austria

B

Bahamas,
Bahrain,
Barbados,
Belarus,
Belgium,
Belize,
Brazil,
Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Botswana,
Brunei Darussalam,
Bulgaria,
Burundi

C

Cape Verde,
Colombia,
Cook Islands,
Costa Rica,
Croatia,
Cyprus,
Czech Republic

D

Denmark,
Dominica,
Dominican Republic

E

Ecuador,
El Salvador,
Estonia

F

Fiji,
Finland,
France

G

Georgia,
Germany,
Greece,
Grenada

H

Honduras,
Hong Kong,
Hungary

I

Iceland,
India,
Ireland,
Israel,
Italy

J

Japan

K

Kazakhstan,
Korea (South),
Kyrgyzstan

L

Latvia,
Lesotho,
Liberia,
Liechtenstein,
Lithuania,
Luxembourg

M

Macao,
Macedonia,
Malawi,
Malta,
Marshall Islands,
Mauritius,
Mexico,
Moldova,
Monaco,
Mongolia,
Montenegro

N

Namibia,
Netherlands,
New Zealand,
Nicaragua,
Niue,
Norway

O

Oman

P

Panama,
Paraguay,
Peru,
Poland,
Portugal

R

Romania,
Russian Federation

S

Saint Kitts and Nevis,
Saint Lucia,
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines,
Sao Tome and Principe,
Samoa,
San Marino,
Serbia,
Seychelles,
Slovakia,

S

Slovenia,
South Africa,
Spain,
Suriname,
Swaziland,
Sweden,
Switzerland

T

Tonga,
Trinidad and Tobago,
Turkey

U

Ukraine,
United Kingdom,
Uruguay,
USA,
Uzbekistan

V

Vanuatu,
Venezuela

Our Process

How to Order

Step 1:

Organize Your Information

Fill out the Quick Quote Form on this page.

Step 2:

Send us your documents

Download the Order Form, fill it out, print it and mail us.

Step 3:

We process your order

Documents will be mailed out once processed. It’s as easy as that!

Apostille Fees

All prices include one complementary notarized signature, door-to-door service, all state fees & shipping (within CA).

First Document
$ 175
  • + $75 per any additional document
  • Get our paperwork done in 3-4 business days
  • Documents returned to you by trackable package
  • San Francisco
  • Embassy fees are additional.
*rates are subject to change
SAME DAY service
$ 495
  • Flat fee for last-minute emergencies
  • Documents returned to you by trackable package
  • San Francisco
  • Up to 15 minutes wait time allowed
  • Travel fee waived if 10 or more notarized signatures
*rates are subject to change