Do you need to obtain an apostille for your bank statements or other documents that prove your residency or income in the US? If so, before the bank statements can be apostilled, they must be signed and notarized. There are two ways to notarize a bank statement: either the representative at the bank, such as the branch manager, can sign and notarize the statement with an affidavit, or you, as the account holder, can meet with a local notary public to have your signature notarized.
The most convenient way to notarize your bank statement is to check with your bank to see if they have a notary on staff who can notarize the statement for you at no charge. If you do not have a copy of your statement, the bank can print one out for you at no cost.
In addition to bank statements, you may also need to obtain an apostille for other documents such as utility bills, driver's licenses, social security cards, birth certificates, marriage certificates, passports, or FBI background checks. It is important to check with the people requesting your documents to ensure that you have all the necessary documents apostilled to avoid any delays or additional costs.
Obtaining an apostille can be a complicated process and should not be left to someone that does not understand all of the steps involved. Untrained persons that do not understand all of the tasks involved for certification in each country are more likely to make errors, which will delay the processing of your documents for days, weeks, or even months. Instead of wasting time and money with non-professionals, let Global Apostille handle your apostille on a Bank Statement.