A notarized document, an official State document, or a Vital document that is to be used outside of the United States generally may be Apostilled in the State where the document was issued/originated, or was notarized.
Most State Apostilled documents are notarized documents and Vital documents, and only need the State Apostille if they are to be used in a Hague country. Vital documents must be originals (no copies) and be signed by the County Clerk or State Registrar.
Please call our office at (213) 400-7622 or book an appointment below. If you email a copy of your document to us first (front and back), we can verify if the document can be Apostilled and provide a quote.
All Apostille and Authentication processing fees include all government fees and domestic return shipping to you via FedEx/UPS/DHL.
If you prefer to schedule an appointment or obtain a quote online, you can visit our website and fill out our contact form. Simply provide us with your contact information and a brief description of your request, and one of our representatives will get back to you as soon as possible.