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Idaho Apostille & Legalization Services

Expedited Idaho Apostille Services

Serving Individuals in the USA, Mexico, Philippians, France, Germany, and other Hauge Compliant Countries

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Expedited Idaho Apostille Services

We simplify the apostille process by facilitating your documents through any of the 50 Secretary of State offices, including Idaho.

Expedited Apostille process for documents needing an Idaho Apostille

  • Offering local pickup and delivery in the Treasure Valley.
  • Experienced at the entire Apostille process.
  • Expedited and RUSH services available
  • Mobile Notary & Copy Certification services available.
  • Domestic and International Shipping available.

Standard Apostille Service

  • Personal & Corporate Documents
  • 30 business days
  • FedEx Return Insured Shipping*
  • Plus Govt Fees

Rush Apostille Service *Popular Choice*

  • Personal & Corporate Documents
  • 1-3 business days, State of Idaho
  • Hand carry & pick up to S.O.S.
  • Door to Door Local Delivery
  • Plus Govt Fees

Standard Apostille Service

  • Personal & Corporate Documents
  • 7-10 business days
  • Hand carry & pick up to S.O.S.
  • Plus Govt Fees 

You may need an Apostille if you are moving abroad or taking a trip or getting married in another country.

If you’re moving abroad or taking a trip to another country to see a family member living abroad, for work, school, an international adoption, or a wedding, you may need an apostille.The apostille process can be confusing and most people don’t know what an apostille is until they require one.But documents that go through the apostille process must meet a very specific set of criteria that changes depending upon the country the document is going to and what it contains.

If you need an apostille in Idaho, keep reading to find out how we can help you get your documents through the apostille process and ready to use in the country they are needed for.

Expedited Apostilles Services for Idaho

Idaho

FBI Background Federal Documents U.S. Dept Of States

  • 90 business days*
  • $99 2nd Document
  • Free Document Review
  • Plus govt fees/shipping fees

U.S. Dept Of State Authentication

  • 90 business days*
  • Multiple document discounts available
  • Free Document Review
  • Plus govt/shipping fees

U.S. Dept Of State + Embassy


  • 90 business days*
  • Multiple document discounts available
  • Free Document Review
  • Plus govt/embassy/shipping fees

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Having documents authenticated with an Idaho Apostille is easy and convenient with Idaho Mobile!
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Let our experienced mobile notary come to your location. Home, Office, or Coffee Shop!

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Notarize Online/Virtual

We notarized documents online. Convenient and Easy!

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Affordable

We provide affordable service rates when you need a mobile notary the most.

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Flexible Scheduling

Online scheduling at your fingertips. Find the best date and time right online.

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Bonded and insured for notary work.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Idaho Apostilles

Your Complete Solution for Idaho Apostilles

Is it necessary to obtain authentication from the Secretary of State for your document to be recognized overseas?

It is possible that you may require authentication from the Secretary of State for certain documents to be recognized abroad. However, you’re in luck as Idaho Mobile Notary & Apostille provides comprehensive solutions to meet your needs. Our services include fast Idaho Apostille Certifications, U.S. Department of State Authentications, and Embassy Legalizations

The authentication process for legal documents can often seem daunting and confusing. If you need an apostille for your document, you’ll typically need to acquire an original or certified copy of the document first. After that, the original document will be sent to the appropriate issuing office of authentications, such as the Idaho Secretary of State or the US Department of State. This process can be time-consuming and challenging to navigate on your own. 

Another hurdle when it comes to getting an apostille for your document is deciphering the various types of document certifications and understanding which type of certificate you need based on the country where the document will be presented. Each country has different requirements, making the process all the more confusing. Moreover, each government agency has specific regulations that you must follow to ensure that your certified document is valid for an apostille or authentication.

But don’t worry, we are here to help simplify the process and make it more manageable for you. At Idaho Mobile Notary & Apostille, we are experts in handling legal documents and providing fast and reliable apostille services. Whether you need an apostille for personal or business purposes, we can help you obtain the necessary documentation quickly and easily. Our experienced professionals are dedicated to making the authentication process as seamless and stress-free as possible for you. 

After review of your documents, we will prepare, file, and obtain an apostille certification on all documents on your behalf. Then, all you need to do is send us your original documents, pay for services, and we will take care of the rest.

Feel free to contact us today for more information on how we can assist you with your apostille needs!

Idaho Mobile Notary & Apostille is the top choice for documents authentication services in Idaho. With our fast and reliable services, you can rest assured that your documents will be given the utmost care and attention to detail. Here’s why:
 
  • Our company is based in Idaho, which means we have a better understanding of the Secretary of State’s procedures for processing apostilles. Other companies are located outside of Idaho and cannot provide the same level of personalized customer service that we do.
  • We have an excellent Google rating of five stars, which speaks to the quality of our work.
  • We offer a pre-screening review process so you can avoid common mistakes before you pay, saving you both time and money – and virtually eliminating the possibility of document rejection.
  • We have a dedicated Commissioned Notary Public who has been with us since 2018.

 

And most importantly, we are always here for you – accessible by telephone or email whenever you need us.

Good news – we can help! Here at Idaho Mobile Notary & Apostille, we offer a variety of services for apostille processing. We can handle documents such as:

Corporate Documents

  • Power of Attorney
  • Affidavits
  • Secretary Certificates
  • Idaho Articles of Incorporation
  • Idaho Certificate of Formation
  • Idaho Certificate of Good Standing
  • Idaho LLC or Corporate Certificate of Status
  • LLC Articles of Organization
  • Certificates of Origin
  • Hiring Documents
  • Company Invoices
  • Identity Documents of Corporate Executives (Passport, Driver’s License, Identification)
  • ISO Certificate
  • Other Business Documents

 

Personal Documents

  • Social Security Benefit Verification Letters
  • Documents for Destination Weddings
  • Teaching Certificates (Educator Certificates)
  • Final Judgements
  • Passport Copies
  • Driver License Copies
  • State Background Checks
  • FBI Criminal Background Checks
  • Divorce Decrees
  • Affidavit of Single Status
  • Adoption Documents
  • Marriage Certificate/License
  • Idaho Birth Certificates
  • Idaho Death Certificates
  • Wills
  • Naturalization Certificate
  • Car Titles
  • Authorization Letter
  • Bank Statements
  • Consent to Travel
  • Official Records
  • Other Personal Documents

 

Academic Documents

  • School Transcripts and Diplomas for Idaho Public Schools
  • School Transcripts and Diplomas for Idaho Private Schools
  • College Diplomas and Certificates
  • GED
  • High School Records
  • Report Cards
  • Teaching Certificate
  • Other School Records

An apostille is a special certificate that validates certain documents for use in foreign countries. It attaches the seal of the issuing state, verifying that:

  • The signature on the document belongs to a public official
  • The public official had the capacity to issue and sign the document (such as Notary Public, Secretary of State, or Deputy Clerk)
  • The seal or stamp affixed to the document is genuine (such as the stamp of a Notary Public)

 

At Idaho Mobile Notary & Apostille, we understand apostilles – and can help you with all your apostille needs. Contact us today to find out more!

You can always chat with us online using the chat function on the lower right!

We understand that the apostille workload at the various Secretary of State offices has increased significantly, resulting in longer wait times. That’s why Idaho Mobile Notary & Apostille offers three service levels to meet your needs.

We offer a Standard, Expedite and Rush apostille services

Still have questions? Chat with us online.

An apostille is a cover page that serves to authenticate documents from the state of Idaho for use in foreign countries. The Idaho Secretary of State will only apostille the following types of documents:

  • Original paper documents notarized by an Idaho-based notary public. These must have an original wet signature and notarial stamp.
  • Certified and/or recordable documents issued by the State of Idaho or county governments, such as birth/death certificates, articles of incorporation, divorce decrees, single status affidavits, etc.


For all your apostille needs in Idaho, look no further than Idaho Mobile Notary & Apostille — contact us today!

Hague countries are countries that have signed an agreement called the Hague Convention. This agreement means that documents issued in one country that have been “apostilled” (a process of authenticating documents to be used in foreign countries) can be recognized and accepted as valid in other countries that are part of the agreement. Non-Hague countries are those that have not signed this agreement, so documents from these countries usually need more than just an apostille to be accepted as valid in other countries.

Apostille is the process of authenticating documents so they can be accepted and recognized as valid in another country. For countries that have signed a treaty called the Hague Convention, an apostille is a one-step process. For Non-Hague countries, you will generally* need to go through four steps:

  • The document must be notarized by an authorized person.
  • It must then be authenticated or approved by the Secretary of State in your state.
  • After that, it needs authentication by the U.S Department of State in Washington, DC.
  • Finally, it must be legalized at the embassy/consulate of the destination country where you’re sending it to.

 

*Receiving parties may have other requirements.

If you need to get a federal document authenticated, like an FBI background check, the Idaho Secretary of State office cannot process it. Instead, we will take care of it for you and have it authenticated with the United States Department of State in Washington, DC. Give us a call if you’d like more information!

The Idaho Secretary of State can issue an apostille for documents not written in English, but the notarization must be done in English.

If you have any questions about this, please don’t hesitate to reach out!

Absolutely! We are an Idaho mobile notary and can notarize your documents for you. Let us know if we can help in any way!

Yes! We offer a Rush Service for Apostille requests. Reach out to us for more information and we’ll be happy to help you expedite your request quickly and efficiently.

Visit our Apostille Services page for scheduling options. 

 

If you are local and are using our expedited apostille services, we will deliver to your door!

We can ship your Idaho apostille documents back to you in the United States or almost anywhere in the world. We use USPS and FedEx.

Schedule your Apostille Services today!

If you would like us to handle your shipping, we’ll include the cost of FedEx in your invoice and provide you with a tracking number. For faster shipping, we offer FedEx Standard Overnight.

Alternatively, if you have a prepaid shipping label, feel free to use it! Either way, we look forward to helping you out with your order.

Unfortunately, we only offer Idaho Apostille services for notarized documents from Idaho Notary Publics. However, we can assist with Apostilles from all 50 US states – just keep in mind that each document must be processed in the state it originated from.

We look forward to helping you out.

For birth and death certificates, an Apostille may be issued by the Idaho Secretary of State if the signatures on them are those of county clerks or their deputies, county recorders or their deputies, and the State Registrar. Let us know if we can be of any help.

Yes! It’s actually our most popular request, and we’re happy to help. You don’t need that kind of stress while you’re planning your destination wedding! Please call us to discuss your destination wedding date to ensure we can meet the deadline for your special day.

Yes, please contact us to review your documents and we will be happy to guide you.

We are your Solution for Idaho Apostilles, U.S. Department of State or Embassy Legalization requests

Have you ever needed to have a document authenticated by the Secretary of State in order for it be accepted abroad? If so, Idaho Mobile Notary & Apostille  can help. We offer complete end-to-end solutions which include fast Idaho Apostille Certifications as well U S Department of State Authentications and Embassy Legalizations! Serving the cities of Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Caldwell, Kuna, Middleton, Jerome, Twin Falls, Burley and Moscow Idaho and beyond!

The Authentication process can be a difficult and confusing process. In most cases, you will need to obtain an original or certified copy of the document you must apostille. Once received, the original document will be sent to the issuing office of authentications, such as the Idaho Secretary of State or the US Dept of State, for an apostille. We are here to help!

The biggest challenge with the apostille process is the different document certification types, and the country in which the document will be be presented; each of these determines the type of certificate needed. In addition each, government agency has specific guidelines and requirements one must meet before the certified document is valid for an apostille or authentication. Idaho Mobile Notary & Apostille offers a commitment-free document review process to ensure your documents meet all necessary requirements for Apostille or Legalization.

After review of your documents, we will prepare, file, and obtain an apostille certification on all documents on your behalf. Then, all you need to do is send us your original documents, pay for services, and we will take care of the rest.

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