We only need three things from you to start the Texas corporation bylaws apostille service process.
First, email us a photocopy of your Texas corporation bylaws that you have already filed with the Texas Secretary of State office. If you don’t have that available email us the unique file number that you were given by the TXSOS and the full legal name of your corporation.
Also, note our Texas apostille prices for rush obtaining documents at the corporations unit side are higher then what is listed on the website and our Texas apostille service order form because the corporations unit government filing fees are almost four times higher then the non-corporations state government filing fees on the authentications unit side.
Please call or email us before ordering apostille and authentication certificates for these types of corporate documents.
If your corporation bylaws documents have not been or won’t be filed with the Texas Secretary of State corporations unit you will need a corporate officer (s) to sign your corporate bylaws documentation. Then get them notarized infront of a Texas notary public before you can mail them to us to rush apostille or authenticate.
The below Texas Secretary of State approved notary jurat and acknowledgment verbiage (only choose one to place on your documents) must be written on your corporate bylaws that you want to receive a Texas apostille certificate or Texas authentication certificate on.
Either you, an attorney, or a Texas notary public can copy/paste this below notary jurat or acknowledgment verbiage onto a blank Microsoft Word document (DO NOT print this whole webpage out as is and get it notarized) and attach it to your corporation bylaws or simply handwrite (print NOT cursive) this state-required notary jurat (first one) or notary acknowledgment (second one) verbiage onto your corporation bylaws paperwork.
State of Texas
County of _________________
Sworn to and subscribed before me on the _______ day of ______________ (month) ______ (year),
by_______________________ (corporate officer).
Texas notary public signature