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An Apostille is an official certification valid among any of the 114 countries that participate in the Hague Convention of 1961. Once a document has an Apostille attached to it confirming the authenticity of signatures and seals, it can be used in any of the countries participant in the treaty. 


Types of documents which can be apostilled include:

  • company bylaws and articles of incorporation,

  • power of attorney,

  • diplomas,

  • transcripts,

  • letters relating to degrees,

  • marital status,

  • references and job certifications,

  • deeds of assignments,

  • distributorship agreements,

  • papers for adoption purposes, and others.


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

Contact our team, and we will let you know what documentation you need to have your document notarized internationally. 

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