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Are you currently abroad and need to visit the local U.S. Embassy or U.S. Consulate office for requesting an Apostille on your documents?
While the U.S. Embassy or U.S. Consulate office located outside of the USA can assist you with notarizing your documents, they are not able to obtain the Apostille on them.  So, if, for example, you plan to get married in the country you are currently in, you will be able to sign and notarize your paperwork with a U.S. Federal notary public at the local U.S. Embassy or U.S. Consulate office. They might also assist you with preparing a Single Status Affidavit if you are planning to get married in the country you are in. However, no U.S. Embassy or U.S. Consulate can issue apostilles. The apostille will be issued through the U.S. Department of State – Office of Authentication in Washington, D.C.
Does your Marriage Certificate need an Apostille?  Did your marriage take place in the United States and you need to register a fact of your marriage in another country?
To apostille your Marriage Certificate, you will need to mail the original or County Clerk certified copy to our office.
Are you currently abroad and need an Apostille on your Single Status?
Have you already contacted the local U.S. Embassy office about obtaining a Single Status?  
Do you need to apostille Permission to Travel Letter?
At Global Apostille, we make obtaining an apostille on Permission to Travel Letter (also called Travel Consent Letter) easy and stress-free. We apostille Travel Consent Letters notarized in all of 50 States and the District of Columbia (Washington DC).
Do you need to obtain an Apostille on your Degree?
Have you finished a College and/or University in the United States and decided to pursue further education or work in a foreign country and were asked to apostille your degree?
Do you have documents that need to be apostilled through the US Department of State – Office of Authentications? Do you need to complete form DS-4194?
The United States Department of State DS-4194 form is required when requesting authentication service on documents submitted by U.S. citizens and foreign nationals for use overseas. The Authentications Office is in charge of signing and issuing certificates under the Seal of the US Department of State (22 CFR, Part 131).
Does your FBI Criminal Background Check need an Apostille?
The most popular countries that require apostilled FBI background checks are Belgium, China, and France.  If you are planning to work or study in any of these countries, you will need to obtain an Apostille on your FBI background check and your diplomas. Also, if you want to apply for dual citizenship from Spain or Italy, you will need to apostille your background check and your birth certificate.
Does your Certificate of Citizenship need an Apostille?
Children born abroad to U.S. citizen parent(s) might be eligible for United States citizenship based on the parents’ citizenship, with the condition that the parent(s) and the child meet certain requirements.
Do your GED Diploma and school transcripts need an Apostille?
Are you an international student who completed your GED exam online and now needs to apostille your digital diploma and transcripts?
Do you need to obtain an Apostille on certified copies of documents from the National Archives?
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the nation’s record keeper that has offices all over the United States.
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