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Apostille for a US Consular officer notarized document

If you are a US citizen, you live abroad and you need your signature notarized by a US notary public for apostille purposes, you may contact your closest US Embassy or Consulate to make an appointment for a notarization.

To find your closest US Embassy or Consulate, you may enter this link: www.usembassy.gov

Once you have your documents notarized, you may ship them to us along with the order form: ORDER FORM to our address in New York City:

  • Documents International, LLC
    2002 Timberloch Place, Ste 200
    The Woodlands, TX 77380 USA
    Tel. 210-305-4980

    or

    Documents International LLC
    300 Cadman Plaza West
    One Pierrepont Plaza, 12th Floor
    Brooklyn, NY 11201
    Tel. 212-810-2124

    * Please ship to the corresponding address, depending on the type of service you need, you can find more information here: http://apostilla.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/order-form.pdf

We will get them apostilled in Washington, DC and once completed we will ship your apostilled documents back to you via FedEx. This process takes approximately 4 business days to be completed.

If you’re in a rush and only need an apostille on a photocopy of your documents you may consider our rush apostille services: RUSH-APOSTILLE SERVICES

  • The procedure of becoming a notary public varies from state to state. Some claims demand people take a proctored check on guidelines and processes before certification

  • The operation to become your notary consumer deviates out of think to mention. Quite a few says demand from customers people today go on a proctored make sure regulations plus methods in advance of documentation.

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