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What is an Apostille?

An apostille (pronounced uh-pos-til) is a certificate attached to a notarized document by the Secretary of State. Once prepared and verified, the apostille is attached and sent along with notarized documents.

An apostille is used on documents going to countries that participate in the Hague Convention. Documents going to other countries can be authenticated rather than apostilled. I can coordinate having an apostille or authentication placed on your document.