Does your Certificate of Incumbency need an Apostille?
A Certificate of Incumbency is a document issued by a company or corporation that outlines the corporate officers of the company by listing the names of its directors, its officers, and, sometimes, the shareholders. Outside of the United States, this document is also referred to as Secretary’s Certificate, Register of Directors, Officer’s Certificate, or Certificate of Officers.
A Certificate of Incumbency defines which people hold which positions within the company. This document is typically used to confirm the identities of a company’s officers and to prove that they are authorized to be involved with legal transactions on behalf of the company. If your company runs international transactions your Certificate of Incumbency needs to have an Apostille to be accepted abroad.
Before we can apostille your Certificate of Incumbency, make sure it is signed and every signature on it is notarized. If the signers are located in different states, please contact us for additional instructions, costs, and estimated processing time.
Obtaining an apostille can be intricate. Avoid leaving this task for inexperienced staff or non-professionals who are not fully aware of the complexities of the apostille process and the unique requirements of certain countries. Your application may be rejected, and you lose time and money. Make a better choice!
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