This frequently asked questions section covers all embassy document legalization service related questions that you may have about hiring Apostille Texas to rush legalize and attest documents at any foreign embassy or consulate office in Washington D.C.
If the country you’re submitting and presenting documents to is not a current member of the 1961 Hague Convention.
You will need to go through that countries U.S embassy or consulate or consular office to legalize the documents but first you will need to get your documents authenticated at the state, federal, or both the state/federal levels before any foreign embassy or consulate office will accept your documents.
What is the difference between legalization and apostille?
What is the difference between notarized and legalized?
Where do I download your embassy document legalization service order form?
Where can I download the Chinese Embassy legalization application form?
Can an embassy issue an apostille?
Is notarisation the same as legalisation?
Is legalisation the same as apostille?
Do I need to provide you with a photo ID to legalize documents at a U.S foreign embassy?
Where is the Chinese Embassy located at in the United States?
Can you mail my documents to another country for me?
Who can legalize and attest documents?
How fast can you legalize and attest my documents?
Why do my documents require Embassy legalization?
Are all embassy filing fees included in your document legalization pricing?