Articles of Incorporation Apostille and Authentication Service
What are articles of incorporation?
Articles of incorporation, also called articles of organization, are a document or charter that establishes the founding of a business. They are typically filed on the state level with the relevant Secretary of State.
How do I get my articles of incorporation apostilled or authenticated?
This is the process for an articles of incorporation apostille or authentication:
1. Determine what kind of authentication you need.
If the destination country has signed the Hague Apostille Convention, then you just need an apostille. If the destination country has not signed the Hague Convention, you need an additional legalization from the destination country’s consulate or embassy.
2. Get a price quote.
Pricing varies depending on your location, the turnaround time needed, and the shipping destination. For a quick price quote, call (415) 655-9455.
3. Place an order with SF Notary.
We will obtain an official, apostilled copy of your company’s articles of incorporation from the California Secretary of State, Delaware Division of Corporations, or other business-licensing body.
4. We’ll get it legalized, if needed.
For non-Hague countries, we’ll bring the apostilled articles of incorporation to the relevant consulate or embassy for legalization.
5. We’ll ship it along.
We can return the apostilled articles of incorporation to you or directly to the receiving country.
That’s the whole process of apostilling articles of incorporation.
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