​​​Document Authenticity.

Alabama documents must be apostilled, authenticated, attested, or certified so that you can use them in another country for accreditation. Depending on which country your document will be use in, will determine on which legalisation service we will process. Your document must be verified and examined by us "the Alabama Notary Public" to ensure the document is authentic. The document must be the original and may require supporting documents to determine the authenticity. On approval, we will affix to your document specialty notary wording certifying that your document is the complete, unaltered, and original document. Then we will sign it, and seal the document.


Alabama Secretary of State.

The second process, we will forward your documents to the Alabama Secretary of State office to verify our Notary Public information. On approval, the Secretary of State will affix to your document an apostille or document certification certification. 


Alabama Notary Services.

On receipt of your completed documents from the Secretary of State, we will return the documents to you via UPS or FedEx the same day. However, if the country in which the documents will be used is not a member of the Hague convention, we are required to forward the documents to the State Department, Embassy, or Consulate to complete the final legalisation process.

Lead Time.

If you need assistance with document authentication, apostille, attestation, or certification, we can assist you immediately, and we provide expedited services at no additional cost to you. On the state level, our Alabama document legalisation service is completed within 3 to 5 business days for an apostille document that will be used in a country that is a member of the Hague convention.


If the country in which your documents will be used is not a member of the Hague convention, the additional process must pass through our local Probate Office and the Secretary of State Office. To complete the process, the documents must also pass through the State Department in Washington DC, Embassy, or a Consulate Office. The lead time for this process would be 15 to 20 business days or less. Total days for document attestation/authentication for a country that is not a member of the Hague convention will be 25 business days or less. You will be updated as the documents are processed. We welcome your quote request for document legalisation service. Be sure to read our shared clients testimonials on this site.

 Alabama  Document

Legalization

 Service

* Alabama Notary Services, by our notary, Alabama Notary Services.com

* Alabama Attestation, by the Ala Judge of Probate Office

* Alabama Apostille or Certification, by the Ala Secretary of State

* Alabama Apostille or Certification, by the Ala Dept of Vital Statistics

* Alabama Authentication, by the US Department of State - Washington, DC

* Alabama Document Legalisation, by Embassy - Washington, DC , or Consulate 

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