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Apostille Certificate

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Getting your Apostille Certificate for your corporate documents can be done Swyftly.

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In most circumstances, you can order your Apostille Certificate with one click from your account or after just a few questions.

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We use our experience and professional expertise to quickly order your Apostille Certificate.

Sent Directly to You

In most cases, we have the states deliver your Apostille Certificate straight to your address. Otherwise, we will scan a copy and forward the original as soon as we receive it so you can put it to work wherever you need it in the world.

Why Let Swyft Filings Obtain Your Apostille Certificate

Put our experience and expertise to work for you so you can focus on your business.
  • Apostille Certificates

    We know exactly where to go to order your Apostille Certificate quickly. If you are operating in a foreign country, they may ask for an Apostille Certificate to authenticate your corporate documents. We can get it done quickly.

  • Mailed Directly To You

    Once you place the order, you are done. We have the states mail the Apostille Certificate straight to you if available or forward them to as soon as they arrive in our office.

  • Expedited Process Available

    When you need it in an emergency, we know exactly who to talk to about getting it done fast in your state.

  • Official Validation

    In today’s world when people question everything, the Apostille Certificate puts to rest any doubt that you really formed your entity in your state and can do business in foreign countries.

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Apostille Certificate FAQs

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An Apostille is a form of certification that authenticates your state documents for use in foreign countries. Pursuant to the Hague Convention, it allows the data on your documents and filings to be understood by the receiving country regardless of the official language of the issuing country.

The purpose of the Apostille is to "abolish the requirement of diplomatic or consular legalization for foreign public documents.” In plain English, it certifies the authenticity of the official state documents.

In the United States, it is usually the Secretary of State of the individual states that issues the Apostille Certificates for their own state documents.

If you need to authenticate your corporate filings in a U.S. state for use in a foreign country, you may need an Apostille Certificate. The Apostille Certificate may accompany your Certificate of Good Standing, your Articles of Organization, your Articles of Incorporation or other official documents filed with or created by your local government. When you do business in a foreign country, they may want proof of your existence and validity. They can also accompany wills, marriage licenses and other more personal official documents.

You normally need to include a copy of the document you want to accompany the Apostille Certificate and there may be a cost associated with obtaining that document. On top of that, state agencies normally charge $10-$100.

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