Extra Steps for International Documents
When you’re using an official document overseas, or a foreign document in the U.S., you’ll have to officially verify the document’s certifications and seals.
Verification steps vary everywhere, but generally include simple government agency authentication; legalization, which requires multiple-agency verification; and Apostille Certificates, a streamlined verification attachment that’s accepted by more than 110 countries.
Documents often requiring legalization include:
- Birth, death and marriage certificates
- Corporate documents
- Notarized contracts
- Trademark assignments
- Court judgements
- IRS Good Standing Certificates
- Certificates of listing on a foreign exchange
Understanding where, what and how to file in a foreign country is an extremely complex challenge because requirements, fees and political considerations vary all over the world.
Get a simpler solution, from pricing to processing. Up to four documents are verified with the same authority at no additional charge, by a team that understands the process and international embassy quirks. We’ll even keep you updated with important regulation and policy changes in the locations where you do business.
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Get back to business fast with an experienced team and global network to legalize your international documents.
Services vary depending on the document type and location, but generally include:
- Determining requirements based on the type of document, country of origin and destination country
- Arranging legalization steps for the fastest possible approval
- Submitting and retrieving your documents in person, at every necessary agency
- Following-up to address issues as needed
- Delivering authenticated documents internationally
- Expedited apostille and legalization at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London for documents needed in Bermuda, Cayman Islands and other British Territories.