Document Apostille Service in the United States

US apostille provides attestation service for federal and corporate documents issued in the United States for use in The Hague Apostille countries. There are two main categories of documents issued in the United States:

1. Federally issued documents

Documents issued by the U.S. federal agencies such as FBI, FDA, and USPTO….etc. US apostille offers its client expedited apostille service of federal documents destined for use in one of the Hague convention participating countries. We charge $50.00 per single apostille from the U.S. Dep. of State in Washington DC- Turnaround time is 3 Business Days.

2. Corporate Documents

Documents issued by U.S. corporations to facilitate foreign trade. Apostille certificates for corporate documents are issued by the local Secretary of State office in the Same State that issued the document. US apostille provides expedited SOS certification in the States of California and Maryland


Apostille Countries

Apostille certificates are required to acknowledge the authenticity of foreign documents destined for use in one of the Hague convention participating countries. Here is a list of all countries that accept the apostille


Document Legalization Service in the United States

US apostille provides consular and embassy legalization service for all types of documents destined for use in the Non-Hague Participating Countries. Here are list of documents acceptable for legalization service from the US apostille:

1. Federally issued documents

Documents issued by the U.S. federal agencies such as FBI, FDA, and USPTO….etc.


2. Corporate Documents

Documents issued by U.S. corporations to facilitate foreign trade.


3. Commercial Documents

Documents required in order to complete the export processes between two countries.


4. Educational Documents

Documents issued by the academic institutions, universities and schools in the United States


5. Vital Records

Documents issued by the local Departments of Health or courts such as Birth, Death, marriage and divorce.



Legalization Countries

Embassy legalization is required to acknowledge the authenticity of foreign documents in countries that are not member to the Hague Convention.Here is a list of countries that accept embassy certificates: