Official Apostille and Embassy Legalization Services
We Offer Authentication Services in All 50 States
CALL US AT 855-946-6241 TO ASSIST WITH YOUR DOCUMENT LEGALIZATION
To receive expert guidance on certifying your documents for usage outside of the United States, send us an email. You will be given advice along the way and a quote for the services you need to achieve your objectives.
Some of the documents we process
- FBI Background Check
- Corporate Documents
- Standard Background Checks
- Adoption Papers
- Birth/Death Certificates
- Marriage Certificate
- Divorce Decree
- Real Estate Documents
- Any document that needs certification for use in another country
Your Apostille, Attestation, Authentication, Certification, and Embassy Legalization needs can be quickly met by Near Me Apostille, a private company. For handling important documents intended for use abroad, you can rely on us.
We understand that many potential customers are just now becoming aware of the Apostille and legalization procedure at the moment they require it. In order for you to achieve your goals, we will offer consultation and exactly what is needed.
You’ve found the proper place if you’re looking for legalization or Apostille processing. You get the best in the industry when you work with us. The owners are the ones you are interacting with. no unforeseen costs Service is prompt and of high quality, and the cost is reasonable.
Email us at: [email protected] or call 855-946-6241
When contacting our office, please let us know which state your documents are from and which nation you will be utilizing them in. This will help us serve you better.
Include the type of document, the U.S. state where it was issued, and the nation where the document(s) are being sent. Birth, death, marriage, or divorce certificates that have been photocopied or scanned are not acceptable.
The majority of states only accept freshly issued documents, so be ready to get a new certified copy. Before sending the document(s) to us, feel free to email a scan of them to us so we can confirm they are eligible for the requested certifications.
Every document that has been notarized needs to have a full notary public wording, jurat, or acknowledgment. Most States demand correct notarizations; otherwise, they may reject your document.