Are you considering to apostille your Certificate to Foreign Government (CFG), which is issued by the FDA?
Foreign authorities often demand formal proof that products exported to their countries adhere to U.S. laws or meet specific U.S. standards, such as the Quality System Regulations (QSR) or Good Manufacturing Practice requirements. In such instances, companies can forward a request for a Certificate to Foreign Government to the FDA. To be eligible for an apostille, your document must be printed on anti-counterfeit paper and have an embossed gold seal.
Currently, more than 117 countries are members of the Hague Apostille Convention.
Acquiring an apostille can be a challenging process. It's not advisable to leave this critical task to untrained employees or individuals who do not fully comprehend the apostille process and the unique requirements of certain countries. Failure to comply with the necessary procedures could lead to document rejection, costing you both time and money.
That's where our company, Global Apostille, steps in. Serving customers since 2004, we've built a reputation for delivering excellent service in this intricate field. Our knowledgeable and experienced team is available to help you. They stand ready to answer your questions, guide you through the process, and provide easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions.
Your document's journey through the apostille process doesn't have to be complex. Reach out to us at 1-866-416-0747 and let us navigate these waters on your behalf, ensuring your paperwork meets all the necessary requirements. With Global Apostille, you're not just a client; you're a part of our commitment to excellence.