Mobile Ca. Apostille - Mobile Apostille Services

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We do one thing and we do it well:
Serve as Apostille (Legalization) Agents
WE PROVIDE ONE-STOP APOSTILLE SERVICE
Complete Service - No further processing is required
We execute all State, Federal, and Embassy requirements

Call: 949-614-5291 via landline
or
Text us, or use your cell phone
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OUR EIGHT POINT
APOSTILLE PROCESSING
1. DOCUMENT PREVIEW INCLUDED
2. NOTARIZATION  INCLUDED
3. HAND CARRY to CA Sec. of State.  
4. HAND CARRY to LA Consulates.        
5. EMERGENCY:  Same day *
7. EXPEDITED docs: 1-2 business days
8. PROCESSING TIMES (Hague Countries)
  • California docs: 3-5 business days.
  • Non-CA docs: 9-16 business days.
  • Federal Docs: Varies
 * Must pickup documents by 11 am. Hague Countries only
* * Travel limited to 15 mile radius of Lake Forest, CA
Processing times may vary depending upon State legalization turnaround. We also provide mail only services if desired.


It doesn't matter which country your documents are destined, our fourteen years of experience have given us the "know-how" to provide you with the service, speed, and accuracy you deserve.
Cell phone use only
LANDLINE:
949-614-5291
OR
Cell phone use only

PERSONALIZED APOSTILLE SERVICES

Mobile California Apostille provides apostille consulting and mobile apostille services for individuals and companies that require document legalization. Our services are personalized, and confidential and include embassy/consulate legalization when required. We are a private company with over 14 years of experience, not a state, federal or government agency. Our experience and expertise enable us to obtain your apostille quickly and effortlessly without guesswork. Mobile California Apostille is located in Orange County California but provides services for all U.S. states.
Our Legalization Guarantee:
If your document is returned by the country of destination due to an error on our part, we will process a new one  FREE.


LEGALIZATION DEFINITIONS FOR:
STATE - FEDERAL - EMBASSY/CONSULATES

At the state level the word "apostille" indicates one of two things:
  1. The state's legalization of a properly prepared document to be presented in a foreign country belonging to the Hague Convention of October 1961.
  2. The state's legalization of any properly prepared document to be presented in any foreign country, whether or not it belongs to the Hague Convention of October 1961.
Several states issue a "Legalization" under the name  "Apostille" only for documents destined to be presented in Hague Convention countries and a "Certification" or "Authentication" for Non-Hague Convention countries. This means that in some states, such as California, there is only the Apostille. Listed below, under the title “Types of California Authentications - Federal Authentications - Embassy Legalization,” are definitions for the California Apostille along with definitions for all other types of apostilles, authentications, certifications that are issued to legalize USA outbound documents for presentation in foreign countries.

The California Apostille (Apostille Stamp) is a legalization issued by the California Secretary of State for non-federal documents, certifying the signature(s) of documents destined for any foreign country. Only the signature of a California Notary Public and the following California officers and their deputies may be apostilled in the State of California: County Clerk or Recorder, Court Administrator of the Superior Court, Officers whose authority is not limited to any particular county, Executive Clerks of the Superior Court, Executive Officers of the Superior Court. (The Apostille process for other states follow similar guidelines. You may call us for additional information.)

The U.S. Department of State Apostille is a legalization issued by the U.S. Dept. Of State for federal documents signed by a federal official with the proper elements that are destined for Hague Convention countries. State issued documents can not receive this type of legalization.

The U.S. Department of State Authentication certifies the signature of the Secretary of State in which the doc was executed or the signatures of federal agency docs and courts docs executed by the District of Colombia which contain the proper elements. This type of legalization is usually required for docs destined for Non-Hague Convention countries.

The Clerk of the Court Apostille certifies documents of a Federal Court of the U.S. as authentic for presentation in foreign countries. It is issued by the respective federal Clerk of the Court. This type of Apostille is applicable only to Federal Court Documents.

Embassy/Consulate Legalizations are legalizations(authentications) that are ususally required by Non-Hague Convention Countries. In most cases the respective Embassy or Consulate attaches their own legalization to the document after the document has been legalized by the U.S. Department of State. (However, there are Non-Hague Convention countries that require only the state legalization as a mandate for issuing their respective embassy/consular legalization.)




WE ARE MORE THAN HAPPY TO SERVE YOU AND ANSWER ANY APOSTILLE/AUTHENTICATION QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE. CALL US AT(949)614-5291
* Pickup and delivery service limited to 15 mile radius of Lake Forest, California (All of Orange County, West Tip of Riverside County)
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