State Department Apostille
Some documents require federal apostilles or authentication. FBI background clearances and consular reports of marriages, births, deaths, and divorces abroad are the most commonly requested documents for apostille on a state department level. Documents signed by federal level officials also require federal apostilles. These include documents signed by an American Consular Officer, Military Notary, or Foreign Consul/Diplomatic Officials.
These documents usually take about two weeks despite all efforts to speed things up. We can properly prepare your documents to meet the guidelines of the Federal Apostille Program through the Department of State in Washington D.C. We charge $225 for State Department Apostilles, including shipping. Ship your documents to us at the address below. Always use a carrier that uses a tracking number.
Come To You Notary & Apostille
13216 44th Ave. West
Mukilteo, WA 98275