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Are you planning to move to France, start a new career in Italy, or study in Madrid? If so, you may require an Apostille. An Apostille, which is pronounced "ah-pos-tel," is a French word that means "certification." This certificate authenticates the signature of a public official on a document for use in another country. The Apostille process is recognized by all member countries of the Hague Convention of 1961 and is used solely for public documents abroad. To ensure that your original documents are legitimate and authentic, the Secretary of State will attach a specialized certificate to them, including birth certificates, marriage licenses, diplomas, and death certificates. Super Signer Mobile Notary offers authentication certificate services for documents originating from all 50 states, as well as translation services and notarization if required. If you're unsure where to start, please contact me today to get started.
Documents eligible for apostille
(This is not a complete list)
Personal or Family Documents
Birth Certificate • Marriage Certificate • Death Certificate • Divorce Decrees • Single Status Affidavits • Power of Attorney • Wills • Car Titles • Adoption Dossier • FBI Records • Criminal History Reports • Any Notarized Document
Certificates of Good Standing • Certificates of Incorporation • Certification of Origin • Certificate of Free Sale •Corporate Power of Attorney • Hiring Documents • Company Invoices • Other Business Documents
High School • GED • College Diploma • Report Cards • Transcripts • Other Various School Records