Legalization of Documents for non Hague Convention Countries are subjected to State, Federal and Embassy level authentication.
The type of authentication or certificates needed will depend on the nature of the document and whether or not the foreign country is a party to the Hague Convention treaty on Legalization of documents. If the country where the document will be used is not a party to the Hague Convention treaty, Embassy Legalization will be required.
Embassy Legalization of official documents is a procedure where the Embassy Authenticates the signature of the State and/or US State Departments Authentication by providing a stamp or seal on the back of the State or US State Departments Authentication.
Nationwide Apostille has extensive experience in the Legalization process and can facility the procedure from beginning to end. Please consult with one of our experienced representatives to help you with the document requirements by calling 877-300-0209. Or fill out the Quote Request form (top right).
We are not lawyers and do not give legal advice. For legal inquiries please contact an attorney or your local bar association.