Documents to Apostille

  • Birth Certificates
  • Marriage Certificates
  • Naturalization Certificates
  • Death Certificates
  • Divorces
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Diplomas
  • Transcripts
  • Corporate Documents
  • FBI Background Checks
  • Social Security Letters
  • Police Reports
  • Name Change
  • and more...
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718-635-1274              

EMBASSY LEGALIZATION

The Embassy Legalization of a document is usually used in countries that are NOT members of the Hague Convention Apostille. If you need to get an Embassy Legalization for your document we can help you too.  Please contact us at 718-635-1274 or leave your information HERE

We are certified to get Apostilles and Embassy Legalizations on your documents. Our services allow you to use your documents overseas or at any Consulate/Embassy. We take care of the whole process while you stay worry free. 

Manhattan 

65 Broadway, Suite 847

New York, NY 10006 

212-706-0043 


What is Apostille?

APOSTILLE

The Hague Convention Apostille (or simply Apostille, in French: means, "certification"). It is a procedure that simplifies the legalization of documents in order to verify the authenticity of the same and so that the documents could be valid internationally.  The Apostille was introduced as an alternative to legalization, through the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961.

Please contact us at 718-635-1274 or leave your information HERE

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