We only need three things from you to start the Texas apostille for passport copy process.
First, mail us or drop off at our apostille passport office a photocopy of your passport (can be any country) and you must include an attached sworn affidavit statement from the ID holder (you) that has been properly notarized by a Texas notary public (you cannot use a notary public from any other state or country).
Apostille Texas can also provide you with a traveling notary public that can be sent out to your home, business, office, or hotel to perform passport apostille services and notarize any type of legal documents if you live, work, or visiting the Austin, TX metro area.
Please call or email us to let us know in what zip code you need a mobile notary public to travel to and how many documents you need notarized to obtain a quote from us.
The Texas Secretary of State office will reject any non-recordable document (passport copy) if the notarization was not completed by a Texas notary public and if the passport holder does not sign their name and make a sworn written statement for a notarized photocopy.
You can copy and paste or handwrite out this certified copy affidavit verbiage below onto a blank sheet of paper and along with a photocopy of your passport you can go get it notarized by any Texas public notary in your local area.
Certified Copy Affidavit
On this ________ day of ______________________ , 20____,
I ____________________ (passport holders name) swear and attest that the attached document is a true, correct, and unaltered copy of my original passport, to which I am the documents custodian, named therein; and that I presented the original of the attached document (s) to the undersigned notary public as satisfactory evidence.
(Affiant/custodian holder signature)
State of Texas
County of ______________________
Sworn to and subscribed before me on the _______ day of _____________________________, 20____,
by ________________________________ (passport holders name).
(Notary public signature)