Do you need an Apostille on your US Passport? We have authenticated hundreds of US Passports over the years including passports issued by other countries (Foreign Governments).
If you are unable to follow the steps outlined below, you can mail-in your original passport to our office. Our California commissioned notary will copy certify your Passport and obtain an Apostille. If you are unable or unwilling to mail your original Passport to our office, please follow the steps outlined below.
Step #1: You will need to make a color copy of your passport and meet with a local notary. If you are in another country (Outside USA), you can schedule to meet with the notary at the local US Embassy.
Step #2: The notary will copy certify the color copy of your passport. It’s extremely important that the notary follows the notarial laws in their State in order to avoid any delays. If you are in California, the notary will attach a California Copy Certification by Document Custodian to the copy of the passport.
Step #3: Mail your notarized copy certified document to our office for processing. Depending on your State, the processing time can as little as one business day. Some States may take a little longer (Up to 10 business days). In the State of California and the Secretary of the District of Columbia, we can Apostille your Passport the same-day and overnight it back to you for next business morning delivery.
We have authenticated hundreds of US Passports over the years including passports issued by other countries (Foreign Governments). Be sure to visit our Testimonials page and Contact Us with any question you have.
Click to download our California Apostille order form. Our Apostille service is fast, convenient, and saves you time and money.