Apostilles and authentication certificates validate the seal and signature of a Notary on a document so that it can be accepted in a foreign country. Both verify that you held a Notary commission at the time you notarized the document. Apostilles are used when public documents are being transferred between countries that are a party to the Hague Apostille Convention of 1961. This international treaty streamlined the cumbersome, traditional procedure for authenticating documents.
How to notarize and Apostille your documents in Massachusetts, here is how to complete your notary service correctly, get your documents stamped and sealed by a Massachusetts Notary Public. You can then proceed to get the documents Apostilled. Call one of our agents today t book your mobile notary service or to start the apostille process.
Neighborhood Parcel Notarial Service includes Apostille of your documents. We can help you get your documents translated, notarized, and apostilled in a one-stop-shop! Please be advised that certifications can only be obtained for documents with an original signature of a valid:
Apostilles are issued in Massachusetts by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts office with the Secretary of State, William Francis Galvin in Boston MA. All documents presented for apostille must be issued in Massachusetts. Our office will help you take the guess work out of your next Apostille service, we can help you notarize and obtain an apostille for your documents. We can even help you get express service where the same-day delivery can get your documents back to you in hours. (*) Restrictions Apply.