What You Need for The Apostille
Obtain a recently certified copy of the document from the issuing County Clerk´s Office or the Court. We will need the original copy, along with the name of the country to which the documentation will be presented. Types of documents can receive an apostile:
- court documents
- administrative documents
- notarial acts
See see below for a comprehensive list of specific of documents that can be legalized.
Processing takes 10 to 15 business days.
The Apostille enables public documents executed in one country to be transmitted to the country where the documents need to be produced.
An apostille is a seal certifying the authenticity of a certified or notarized document for international use. It certifies the authenticity of the signature, the capacity in which the person signing the document has acted, and identifies the seal or stamp which the document bears.
Texas Mobile Notaries handles the process for you.
Our apsotille service starts at $150. We complete all the documentation, work with the state, and coordinate the delivery of your documents.
Examples of public documents that can be legalized with an Apostille are:
- Court Documents
- Clerk Court Documents
- Public Prosecutor Process Server Documents
- Administrative Documents
- Birth Certificate
- Death Certificates
- Marriage Certificate
- Marriage Licenses
- Divorce Decrees
- Bills of Sale
- Transcripts, Diplomas, and Degrees
- Articles of Incorporation
- Articles of Amendment
- Certificate of Status Issued by the Secretary of State
- Articles of Merger
- Articles of Dissolution
Any document that can be legally notarized...