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Embassy Legalization

 in Apostille services for United States documents to be used abroad.

To get started right now with your Embassy Legalization service, click here to fill out the submission form 24/7 and receive an email within 5 minutes from one of our customer service representatives…

An Embassy legalization process is required, when the country where you intend to use your documents is a non-member of the Apostille Section of the Hague Convention. Notary Service Boston & Legal Running Services provides expedited Embassy Legalization services for any type of US document from all 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa & Guam.

Documents issued in one country and need to be used in another country, must be "authenticated" or "legalized" before they can be recognized in a foreign country.
This is a process in which various seals and signatures are placed on the document.

Please select a country from the list below to read its specific requirements and please fill out the necessary form online.

Regular Documents (Non-Participating Hague Convention)

































 Burkina Faso







 United Arab Emirates























 Saudi Arabia






 Congo Republic


 Saudi Arabia


 Congo Democratic




 Cote d'Ivoire


 Sierra Leone








 Sri Lanka




Apostille is a special kind of document and requires the shortest process of legalization.
An apostille can be used if both countries (the country issuing the document and the country in which the document will be used) are part of the international "The Hague Convention".
Documents that are issued and have been certified "
Apostille" in a "Hague Convention" country are entitled to recognition in any other "Hague Convention" country without any further authentication.

 Apostille (Countries that participated in the "Hague Convention")


 Dominican Rep. 








 El Salvador


 Serbia Montenegro
















 South Africa







 Mashall Isl




















 New Zeland






 Costa Rica



 United Kingdom


















A Notary Public is not an Attorney at Law and it is illegal for a Notary to give any form of Legal Advice.
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