U.S. Legalization and Document Certification
Global Apostille makes it much easier to get your documents legalized, certified, or to obtain an attestation. Our staff is experienced in these matters and are available 5 days a week to guide you through the legalization process and answer any questions you may have.
We offer legalization, certification and document attestation services on papers issued from all 50 U.S. states as well as the Federal Government. Global Apostille can also process documents with Consulate and Embassy offices. Getting documents legalized and certified involves several government offices and multiple steps.
You can initiate the process by calling our office. Most countries accept State apostilles but there are roughly 70 countries that require documents to be certified and legalized by the U.S. Department of State and the Consulate or Embassy offices because they are not members of the Hague Convention.
Before sending your documents to Global Apostille, please call us first at 770-447-0360 so we can properly identify the type of documents you are authenticating as well as determine the state of origin and the destination country. Once your documents are received, they will be rushed to the appropriate state and federal offices for processing.
Legalizing documents can be a complicated process so it is best to turn to a qualified agency that has experience in certifying and attesting. Improper handling and certification of important documents can cause delays and/or rejection of your documents, which will cost you valuable time and money.