Over the past 5 years, I have worked with a good number of companies that provide apostille and notary services. One Source Process is clearly in a ‘class of their own’. They are very responsive, and timely with respect to providing the documents-and truly a pleasure to work with! There service is absolutely the very best that I have ever received! I can highly recommend them with confidence-and without reservation!”
Don Pelletier, Broker & Real Estate Consultant
‒ The Don Pelletier Group, Inc
Florida Apostille Service
Acquiring an apostille or legalization is the process of authenticity that verifies your documents are a true copy of the original. Members of the Hague Convention of 1961 accept papers that have been apostilled, while non-member countries require documents to follow the legalization process.
Don’t worry if you are unsure about getting an apostille
or legalization, we know which is needed and have worked
with almost every country and will quickly authenticate your documents.
We offer a range of Florida apostille services for personal and business documents, including expedited apostille services when time is of the essence. Whether you need to apostille your birth certificate or have an Articles of Incorporation legalized for your business, we work with the state offices, federal offices, and even the Embassy or Consulate when needed, to ensure your papers are authenticated correctly.
Obtaining a Florida Apostille
You can obtain a Florida apostille on your own, but it can be a confusing process. You must determine which documents must be notarized and which cannot. You must contact state offices and know when to send your papers to federal offices.
Instead, let us help you with apostilization of documents in Florida.
When working with us, it is easy to apostille documents. To begin, simply fill out our Order Form here. You will then send us your original documents (or a certified copy). That’s it; we will take it from here. We will work with the correct office of authentications, including Florida state offices, federal offices, and if needed, the Embassy or Consulate.
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Upon receiving your documents, we do a complete review of all information, verifying all is correct and notifying you of any errors; doing this eliminates the possibility of the apostille being delayed or even rejected.
Did You Know…
We can expedite your apostille process when needed
Plus, we also offer translation services. At the time of obtaining the apostille, we can have your documents translated into the need language. This will save you time and money from having to translate the documents separately.
Our Florida apostille process is simple, stress-free, and will exceed your expectations; we guarantee it. We are dedicated to 100% customer service. If you need to apostille a document, please contact us anytime from Monday-Friday 9am – 6pm EST and Saturday – Sunday 9am – 4pm EST at our toll-free number 1-800-668-5448 or email us at email@example.com.
We look forward to working with you.
1. Apply online
Send us your request online and receive a quote from a specialist the same day. We will also review a scan of your documents for any errors and let you know ASAP if additional steps are required.
2. Send us your documents
No need to make an appointment or go to a physical location. Just mail us your documents through a secure tracked shipping service (FedEx, DHL, or UPS).
In some cases we may not even need the physical copy!
3. Receive your documents
Once completed, your Apostilled documents will be mailed to you via FedEx or DHL and will arrive at your doorstep.
Ask about our shipping options! Whether in the US or Worldwide, we’ll get them to you wherever you may be.
Documents We Apostille
PERSONAL OR FAMILY DOCUMENTS
- Marriage certificates
- Death certificates
- Birth certificates
- Divorce decrees
- Car titles
- Adoption dossier
- FBI records
- Criminal history reports
- Certificates of good standing
- Certificates of incorporation
- Certificates of origin
- Power of attorney
- Hiring documents
- Company invoices
- Other business documents
- High school
- College diplomas
- Report cards
- Other various school records
Testimonials from real clients
We have used a few different process servers and no one has provided the level of customer service that One Source Process has. They are very reliable and they communicate every step of the way. Alex and Brandon have been a huge help and they always take their time to understand our needs. We look forward to working with One Source Process for a long time
– Schoppl Law, P.A.
Professional and efficient – Having not been through the Apostille Service previously, we were guided and taught what we were doing by extremely professional and courteous individuals. We couldn’t be more pleased at the efficiency and the speed at which they were able to get the job done. The final product was accepted by the bank and the beneficiaries of the estate received their funds, everyone was happy. Thank you, One Source Process, Inc.
– The Law Offices Of George Castrataro, P.A.
One Source Process took good care of me! Their personal care and attention to detail is hard to find! I was dealing with a deadline for a visa and in dire need for help understanding the process. They made everything so easy and I met my visa deadline no problem. I am so appreciative and I recommend them to you!
FAQs About Apostille Services in Florida
Q: What is necessary for a document to be authenticated in Florida?
A: In Florida, an apostille document is one issued in the state that bears an official signature and the official seal of a Florida-commissioned Notary, a Florida Town Clerk, a state or local Registrar, or a probate judge. A Florida document is also considered authenticated when it is issued and signed by a commissioner of an official department or agency of the state of Florida.
Q: Does an apostille certify the contents of the underlying document?
A: No, the apostille does not verify the authenticity of the document itself. Instead, think of the apostilization process as a certification that the person who issued and signed the document had the capacity and authority to do so at the time they signed it.
Q: Can any type of document be apostilled in Florida?
A: There are certain records for which Florida will not issue an apostille. These include documents or records which were notarized by a notary from a state other than Florida, documents issued by the federal government (requests must be submitted to the U.S. State Department instead of Florida), and documents originally issued outside of Florida, such as vital records or academic documents from a different state.
Q: Can I obtain a Florida apostille in another state?
A: No. You can only get a Florida apostille certificate issued in Florida, by the Florida Secretary of State’s office. One Source Process frequently helps people across the country obtain their Florida apostille certificates and can remove the stress of trying to obtain authentication from another part of the country.
Q: If I obtain a Florida apostille document, where will it be valid?
A: An apostille for a Florida document or record will be acceptable in any of the participating Hague Convention member countries. If you are unsure whether the country for which you need document authentication is a member of the Hague Convention, contact One Source Process.