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I am not in the U.S. but I have a U.S. issued document to apostille. Can I still use your service?




Navigating the apostille process for U.S.-issued documents can seem daunting, especially when you're outside the United States. Whether it’s for personal or professional reasons, many find themselves in need of authenticating documents such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, or academic records for use in another country. The good news is, even if you're not currently in the U.S., State Document can assist you in obtaining the necessary apostille.


Understanding the Apostille Process

An apostille certifies the authenticity of the signature on the document; the capacity in which the person signing the document acted; and the identity of any stamp or seal affixed to the document. This form of authentication is required when a document from one country is to be used in another country that is a member of the 1961 Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.


How State Document Can Assist Internationally

1. Document Collection and Preparation:

Even if you're abroad, you can send your U.S.-issued documents to State Document. We'll handle the preparation, ensuring that they meet the specific criteria for an apostille process based on the issuing state.

2. Seamless Process Handling:

State Document liaises with the appropriate state and federal offices to obtain the apostille for your documents. Our expertise in understanding the unique requirements of each state speeds up the process, avoiding common pitfalls that can cause delays.

3. Global Delivery:

Once the apostille process is complete, State Document can send your authenticated documents directly to you, anywhere in the world. We use trusted, trackable courier services to ensure the secure and timely delivery of your documents.


Step-by-Step Assistance

A. Initiating the Process:

Contact State Document via our website or customer service hotline. Provide details about the document that needs an apostille and your current location.

B. Document Submission:

Send your U.S.-issued documents to State Document using a secure and trackable shipping method. We recommend scanning a copy for your records.

C. Apostille Processing:

State Document will handle the entire apostille process on your behalf, from submitting the documents to the correct authority to ensuring they are properly processed.

D. Delivery of Apostilled Documents:

Once processed, your documents, now bearing an apostille, will be shipped to your specified international address.



Conclusion

Being outside the U.S. doesn’t mean you have to navigate the apostille process alone. With State Document, you have a dedicated partner ready to assist with your U.S.-issued documents, ensuring they are authenticated for international use swiftly and securely. Reach out today to begin the process, and take the first step towards global document readiness.

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