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06 Jun

Apostille Authentications for Documents

If you need to use U.S. documents abroad, you must ensure they are authenticated properly. An Apostille certifies the authenticity of documents issued in the U.S. so they can be accepted by businesses and governments outside the country. Many countries will not accept documents as authentic unless they are certified. An Apostille or embassy legalization provides this certification, ensuring your documents are valid for use internationally.

What types of documents typically require an Apostille?

  • Certificates of birth and death: These documents are often needed for legal processes such as inheritance claims or citizenship applications.
  • Marriage licenses: Essential for proving marital status in various legal contexts abroad.
  • Divorce decrees: Required for remarriage or legal proceedings in another country.
  • School transcripts and diplomas: Necessary for academic and professional purposes, such as university admissions or job applications.
  • Powers of attorney: These documents may need an Apostille to be recognized as valid in legal transactions outside the United States.

We can also assist with notarizing documents. Ensuring your documents are authenticated and notarized can save time and prevent legal issues during international dealings. For more information or assistance with Apostille authentications, contact Texas Tower at 713-874-1420. We are here to help you with all your document needs and ensure your documents are ready for use abroad.

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