Apostille is a way for us to certify documents and make them acceptable for use in other countries. This process is often required when you are sending official documentation outside of the United States and into countries that require an apostille.
What is an Apostille?
An apostille is a certification from the Secretary of State that verifies the authenticity of a document. It is used in countries that are signatories to the Hague Convention or the Apostille Convention. It serves as proof that your document has not been altered since it was originally issued by a government agency, such as your county clerk’s office. The apostille stamp also ensures that no one else has made changes to your document since it was created by the issuing authority.
Why Do You Need An Apostille?
If you are sending official documentation outside of the United States and into countries that require an apostille, then you will need to have your documents certified by our office before they are sent abroad. This certification ensures that your documents will be accepted by foreign governments when they arrive at their destinations without requiring additional authentication efforts on your part.
How To Get Your Apostille in Dallas?
To get your apostille in Dallas, you must first have the document that needs to be certified. The document must be written in English or translated into English by a certified translator and then signed by the person who is having it certified. Then, you must submit the document and translation to Dallas TX apostille document agency along with payment for the apostille service. After your document is verified, it will be sent to the state department in Washington DC. It will then be returned to you with an apostille attached.