Do you need an Apostille for documents to be used in another country?
At Idaho Notary Signing Agent. we take the guesswork out of obtaining an apostille on your documents.
We provide document authentication services from all 50 State Secretary of State’s offices to be used in another country currently a member of the Hague Apostille Convention.
Call to learn more about how we can help facilitate your Apostille today! 208-258-0285
What is an Apostille?
An Apostille is a certificate issued by the Secretary of State that authenticates the signature of the Notary Public or Public Official on a document for use in another country.
For example, you may have a power of attorney that will be used in another country. The Secretary of State office (of the state which the document originated) will receive the document, review and authenticate the public officials’ signature and other important elements and issue an Apostille Certification.
What countries accept an Apostille?
Those countries that are members of the Hague Convention. Currently, there are 90 members who participate and will receive an Apostille from the Secretary of State.
What are some common documents that require apostille?
- Birth Certificates
- Marriage Certificates
- Death Certificates
- Divorce Decree
- Single Status Affidavit
- Background Checks (Local, State, FBI)
- Power of Attorney
- Copy of U.S. Passport
- Copy of Driver License
- Authorization Letter
- Travel Consent Letter
- Articles of Incorporation
- Certificate of Good Standing
- Certification of Free Sale
- Certification of Origin
- Corporate or Personal Power of Attorney
- Commercial Invoice
In addition to our Notary Services, we also provide facilitation of apostille documents issued from any US State including documents issued by the US Federal Government (U.S. Federal Apostille).
Call today to learn more or schedule an appointment.