NEW YORK STATE AND FEDERAL
In accordance with the Hague Convention of 1961, Apostille certification was established to standardize the process for legalizing documents for international usage. Through this treaty, documents issued in one country can be officially verifiedfor legitimacy in all other signing countries. Business translations often require an Apostille in order for the translated document to be accepted in the target country.
PURPOSE OF AN APOSTILLE
Many documents may require an Apostille in order to be accepted and enacted in a foreign nation, such ascourt and administrative records, notarial actions, personal certificates, and official certificates like birth, death, and divorce decrees, as well as patent applications. Remember that you can have both the primary record and its translation approved with an Apostille, so it is wise to double-check with the receiving party if either, or both, are needed.
Attesting to a document translation via an Apostille Certificate does not evaluate the translation's quality. Rather, the Apostille guarantees that the signatory was authorized to affix the document's seal and verifies itsaccuracy. To guaranteea high-quality translation, always use native translators and linguists.
SELECTING US FOR YOUR APOSTILLE IS A GREAT DECISION
We are pleased to offer expedited services for New York State Apostille. We have countless satisfied customers who have successfully obtained their apostille with our help, and oftentimes within the same day. Our notaries are fully commissioned in New York County and provide apostille services only from this area.
Under standard circumstances, it takes up to 25 business days to receive your apostille. However, with our expedited processing, you can have your document(s) within 24 hours.
If you choose, you can utilize our online delivery system to connect with our notary via video and receive your apostille(s) to your address through FedEx. Otherwise, you can also visit our office at 1412 Broadway, 21st Floor and get your apostille(s) in person.