We make the Apostille process easy for you
Nationwide Apostille is one of the oldest and most experienced Apostille Service providers in Stanislaus County, California, we have been providing professional Apostille service in Stanislaus since 2003. We are experts in the field and know exactly what has to be done to get the right certification for your important documents. We are registered service provider with the California Secretary of State.
California Apostille can be obtained only on documents that are intended to be used in countries that are part of The Hague convention. For countries that are not part of The Hague convention a Certification is issued by the Secretary of State that will require Embassy Legalization.
You can request an Apostille, after we review your documents. Use the “Quote request” form on this site to upload your documents for review. Once approved you can place an order by using the “Place an order” tab above making the payment online and mailing the original documents to us.
Some of the documents requiring Apostille include but are not limited to:
Power of Attorney, Affidavit statements, Deed, Adoption Documents, Bank Letters, Car Titles, School Diplomas, University Degrees, Transcripts, Copy of Passport, Copy of Driver’s License and Many More.
City, County and State issued documents: Certified copies of Birth Death Marriage certificate, Certificate of Naturalization, Divorce Decree, Court documents, Police Records, State criminal Background check, Single Status and More.
Bylaws, Commercial Invoices, Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Good Standing, Certificate Amendment, Certificate of Incumbency, Certificate of Origin, Certificate of Free Sale, General Agreements, Patents, Assignments, Pharmaceutical Certificates, Trademarks and More.
Please note that all personal documents have to be Notarized before a California Apostille can be obtained on the original document. Notarization is NOT required for all City and State issued documents bearing the seal of the City or the State and the signature and name of the deputy signing the document.
Each signer must present at least one of the forms of ID listed below. The ID must be current or, if expired, have been issued the last 5 years; contain the signer’s photograph, personal description, and signature; and bear a serial or other identifying number.
- 1- Driver’s License or nondriver’s ID card issued by U.S.A
- 2- U.S. Passport.
- 3- U.S. Military ID Card that contains all required elements stated above, (The common Access Card CAC is not acceptable).
- 4- Driver’s License issued in Mexico or Canada.
- 5- Foreign Passport stamped by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
- 6- Inmate ID Issued by the California Dept. of Corrections.
We are not lawyers and do not give legal advice. For legal inquiries please contact an attorney or your local bar association.