Certified copies take about a week for the State to get back, and a certificate of status about 1-2 days.
We will then take those documents to the California Apostille division, and get the Apostille certification for you.
We can email the page, and ship wherever you want.
Out of Country shipping is usually about $100.
Who can issue an Apostille?
Who Can Issue An Apostille? No, you may not. Under The Hague Apostille Convention of 1961, a treaty of 100 nations including the United States, apostilles may be issued only by a competent specialist authorized to issue an apostille, such as the Secretary of State’s office.15 Apr 2015
Can a notary public do an apostille?
An apostille is issued by your Secretary of State’s office or Notary commissioning agency. The single apostille is the only certification needed. Once prepared and verified, the apostille is attached to and sent along with the notarized documents. Notaries cannot issue apostilles themselves.30 Jul 2015
How do I get an apostille?
Any vital records (birth, death, or marriage documents) must come from their country of origin. You can request an apostille online or in person, and you’ll need to go through the appropriate channels, per your state guidelines, in order to get to the right department and request your apostille.13 Jan 2016
How much does an Apostille cost in California?
The payment. The statutory fee for document Apostille From the California secretary of State office in Los Angeles is $20.00 per document + $6.00 special handling fee for each different public official’s signature. Let’s say it is $26.00 per document. You can pay via check, money order or credit cards.
Where can I get my birth certificate apostille?
Because of the unique requirements of each State, we recommend that you mail to our office the original or a certified copy issued by The State Registrar or local County Clerk. In some States the certificate will be issued by the Court, Health Department, Province, Township, or Parish.
What countries need Apostille?
Countries Party to the Hague Convention of 1961 (Apostille Process)*:
|Albania||Andorra||Antigua & Barbuda|
|Chile||China (Hong Kong)||China (Macao)|
|Cook Island||Costa Rica||Croatia|
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How do I apostille a document in the US?
To obtain an apostille you must send the following information:
- Fee is $15.00 per document (a document can be more than one page).
- Make check or money order payable in U.S. dollars (USD) to: Secretary of State.
- Apostille or Certificate of Authentication Request Form, which includes:
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