We will review your documents in advance to make sure they will qualify for an apostille, free!

Can’t I file my own Apostille Documents?

Sure, but why? If what you need is important enough to require an Apostille, it’s important enough to have it done correctly the first time, on time and guaranteed by the professionals.
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What is an Apostille?

An Apostille is a means by  which to authenticate documents for use in foreign countries.

What is the difference between a certificate and an Apostille?

None, anymore. As of Jan 1, 2017, The California Secretary of State only issues Apostilles. If you are shopping around for the best service to get your Apostille done, and the website lists all the Hague Convention countries, they are not up to date on the latest official procedures at the SOS.

What officials are authorized to sign my document before it is eligible to get an apostille?

The California Secretary of State authenticates signatures only on documents issued in the State of California signed by a notary public or the following public officials and their deputies:

    County Clerks or Recorders
    Court Administrators of the Superior Court
    Executive Clerks of the Superior Court
    Officers whose authority is not limited to any particular county
    Executive Officers of the Superior Court
    Judges of the Superior Court
    State Officials

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