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Worldwide Corporate Advisors has over twenty three years of experience in Apostille and document retrieval services in over 190 countries. We often assist clients such as law firms and international businesses with document legalization when conducting business in countries outside of the Hague Convention.
Why Choose Us?
What is Apostille Certification?
An Apostille is a certification or guarantee that proves a document in authentic for legal purposes in foreign countries. The stamp of an Apostille is similar to that of a notary, only the requirements for authorization vary depending on state and country. Obtaining Apostilles is important for businesses and individuals to legally conduct international transactions.
Main Types of Documents that Require Legalization
Apostille & Document Legalization Services in the United States
Apostilles in the U.S are issued by the U.S. Department of State. Authentication for apostilles varies depending on the country in which the document will be used. The U.S. Department of State does not authenticate documents intended for use in countries outside of the Hague Convention.
Apostille & Document Legalization Services in Hague Convention Countries
Worldwide Corporate Advisors is proud to do the work for you. We will submit a request for an apostille on behalf of you or your business ensuring all signatures, notaries and stamps are valid and correct. After we validate your documents, they are ready for use in any international transactions between entities residing in Hague Convention countries. Click here for a full list of countries that are members of the Hague Convention or it is available by clicking the designated page on our website.
Apostille & Document Legalization Services in Other Countries
In the event you need a document authentication for use in countries that did not sign the Hague Convention, we have other ways to provide proper legalization services and prove that these documents are genuine. In general, countries outside of the Hague Convention require specific signatures or approval stamps by authorized local officials such as notaries and registrars. These signatures or seals will need to be authenticated and legalized by the appropriate consulate in the foreign country. With our decades of experience and worldwide partnerships we can make this one more hassle you do not have to deal with. Allow Worldwide Corporate Advisors to provide our services to ensure safe and reliable delivery of your important documents.
Contact us today to discuss any legalization issues and we will advise you of expected costs and time frames.
Worldwide Corporate Advisors has been a privilege to work with in getting access to our client's foreign subsidiary documents. Everyone we interacted with has been kind and willing to help us through the entire process, and has been quick to respond to our requests and emails. We will certainly use them again in the future.
- Regards, Clinton