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About the Apostille Process

Certificates of Origin will need to be notarized and certified by the local Chamber of Commerce or Board of Trade. Only then will they be eligible for apostille. Click below for more information on each of the three steps in this process.

Step 1

Document Preparation

Step 2


Step 3


How We Can Help You

We can advise you of the country specific requirements for the apostille of your Certificate of Origin. We will help you to determine whether you need to include additional documents and how to prepare them, saving you valuable time. Contact us to find out more. Phone us toll-free at 1-888-433-1011 or fill out our quick Get Started form.

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We have built our business on one simple but powerful principle – provide our clients an experienced team that is dedicated to exceptional customer service. Our team will move mountains to ensure your documents are authenticated quickly and accurately.

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