title Apostille



The Apostille is the simplified way to certify the authenticity of public documents issued in another country.

According to the Hague Convention, made on October 5, 1961, the member countries adopt the apostille, which consists of a stamp that the competent authority stamps and adds as a note on the back or as an additional sheet of the documents that are I would like to authenticate.

What is the use of apostille a document?

The document bearing the apostille has legal validity in any of the member countries of the Agreement.

Among the Latin countries members of the Hague agreement are Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Peru.

What documents can be apostilled?

  • Birth certificates
  • Marriage certificates
  • Death certificates
  • Powers
  • Diplomas
  • Contracts
  • Invitation card
  • Wills
  • Declared jurisdictions
  • Account statements
  • Divorce records
  • Bills
  • Corporate documents

What requirements do I need to apostille a document?

The only requirement is to possess the original document.

Where can I add a document?

Approach our office with the document you wish to apostille and an advisor will guide you to carry out the procedure correctly and safely.

In what time do you give me my apostille document?

  • Delivery time within the United States is 24 hours.
  • Delivery time outside the United States is 3 business days.
  • The digital document will be available in 24 hours.