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Apostille Business Documents for Brazil

It is not uncommon to work with and do business in other countries. But when doing so, you must ensure you have the proper paperwork; and much of that paperwork will need an apostille. We are here to help you apostille business documents for Brazil.

Understanding the Apostille

An apostille is a form attached to your document that validates its authenticity. You receive the apostille either from the Secretary of State or the US Department of State in Washington, DC. The apostille verifies the signatures and seals of your paperwork, ensuring it is authentic.

All countries that are members of the Hague Convention of 1961 accept the apostille. Whereas all nonmember countries still require embassy legalization to authenticate the document. Brazil became a member in 2015, therefore, recognizing the apostille.

Apostille Business Documents for Brazil

Whether you are opening an office in Brazil or doing business with a Brazilian company, there are some standard documents that you may need to apostille.

Some common business documents are:

Whatever business document you may need to apostille, we can help. Please note: Each document requires a separate apostille. You cannot use one apostille to cover several documents.

Let One Source Process Obtain Your Apostilles

We know you are busy with other work obligations, so let us obtain the apostilles for you. We have been in business since 2010 and have worked with every state in the US and just about every country worldwide. We know what offices to contact to obtain your Brazil apostille quickly.

Our ordering process is easy.

Your steps

  1. Fill out the Order Form here
  2. Upload or send us the necessary documents
  3. Choose certified translation for each document and the apostille
  4. When everything is correct, send the payment

Our Steps

  1. We will review all documents for FREE and let you know of any missing or wrong information
  2. Once everything is correct, we will send you a payment invoice and timeline for completion
  3. We will contact the Secretary of State or the US Department of State in Washington, DC, to apostille each document
  4. After we receive the apostille, the next step is certified translation
  5. We will return all documents, apostilles, and translations to you

We understand you are busy, so we will do the hard part for you.

Please Contact Us here if you have any questions before or during the apostille process.

Aug 11, 2023 / by Brandon Yoshimura

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