Were you asked to obtain an Apostille on your diploma?
If you wish to work or study in a foreign country, you will be required to apostille your Diploma.
The State of Florida requires that a Marriage Certificate is issued by the Circuit and County Courts in the County the marriage was recorded. To apostille a Marriage Certificate in Florida, you will need first to obtain a certified copy signed by the Clerk of the Circuit Court. The certified copy must be embossed with a raised seal and a stamp from the Circuit and County Courts.
If you have not received your FBI background check yet, first, you need to contact an FBI Channeler. In some cases, the FBI Channeler is not able to assist you (for example, if you are not a US citizen). In that event, you must contact the FBI directly. Please contact our office if you need help finding an FBI Channeler, we will be happy to provide a list of trusted FBI Channelers or a direct link to the FBI website.
The Certificate of Naturalization is generally the most common document requiring the USCIS Apostille.
If you intend to continue your education or work abroad, you will be asked to provide an Apostille on your Degree. We process Apostilles on Degrees issued by all University systems in the United States as well as by Universities from over 117 countries participating in the Hague Apostille Convention of 1961.
An Apostille is a certification introduced by the Hague Apostille Convention of 1961 for authenticating documents for use in foreign countries. The exclusive purpose of Apostille is to certify the authenticity of the signature of the document. Apostille is an authenticating document attached to another document so that it will be accepted when used overseas. Documents issued in the United States can only be processed by the State of their origin. In other words, you if have a Birth Certificate issued in California, you can get an Apostille on it only through the California Secretary of State office.