Yes, we ship documents worldwide. We find using DHL most reliable for international shipping and can provide you with your shipping cost estimate once we have the exact address in the country of destination. If you prefer us using a different mail carrier (FedEx, UPS, or USPS Priority), that can also be arranged per your request.
You can also include a “pre-paid” delivery service shipping label to use (not a label with an account number) and we will gladly use it to ship your processed documents.
Atlanta-based Georgia Apostille is available to answer any questions Monday through Friday (except on major U.S. holidays.) during business hours 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM U.S. Eastern Standard Time.
You can reach us by any of the following:
- Send us a message via a contact form on the right side of the screen or Contact Us page (preferred).
- By phone: 770-447-0360 or 866-416-0747 (please leave a message if we are unable to take your call)
- By fax: 770-447-0790
- By scheduling an appointment at our office.
We recommend that you mail your documents to our office via USPS Priority Mail, FedEx, UPS, or DHL. We advise not to mail your documents via regular First-Class mail to avoid lost packages or delays with delivery.
3855 Holcomb Bridge Rd., Suite 300
Norcross, GA, 30092 USA
If you need to cancel your order, please contact us in writing (by fax or email) to request a cancellation. If we have not started processing your document, you will receive a full refund, except of the return shipping fees. If we have already started the apostille process, we cannot issue a refund. In some cases, you can get a partial refund (if you have ordered several services, we can refund you for the jobs we have not started). For complete information about our refund policies, please visits our Terms and Conditions page
In what cases I can get a refund?
Georgia Apostille will issue a full refund if:
1. You submit a written request to cancel your order (by fax or email) before we started processing your order. In this case, you will be issued a full refund except for the return shipping fees.
2. If your request for an apostille was denied due to our error. Please check our Terms and Conditions page for complete information on our refund and order cancellation policies.
Georgia Apostille can obtain an apostille or certification on documents issued or notarized in the United States for use in any foreign country. If you don’t know whether your document needs an apostille or a certification, contact us and our document authentication experts will advise you. Georgia Apostille provides apostille and certification services on all public and personal documents, including but not limited to: vital records, academic records, travel consents, background checks (local, state, and FBI), power of attorney, and much more. If you need an apostille in USA, Georgia Apostille is here for you!
To find out how to request an apostille on a particular document, please select your document from the list below.
• How to Apostille a Power of Attorney?
• How to Apostille a Driver’s License?
• How to Apostille a Diploma?
• How to Apostille a School Transcript?
• How to Apostille a Birth Certificate?
• How to Apostille a Death Certificate?
• How to Apostille a Marriage Certificate?
• How to Apostille a Divorce Decree?
• How to Apostille a Single Status Affidavit?
• How to Apostille a Background Check?
• How to Apostille a Social Security letter?
• How to Apostille a U.S. Passport?
• How to Apostille a Travel Consent Form?
• How to Apostille a U.S. Federal Government Document?
• How to Apostille a U.S. Corporate Document?
• How to Apostille a Car Title – DMV Record?
Any public document can be authenticated if it was signed by the following officials:
• Notaries Public
• County Clerks
• State Officials
Many states require that the document was issued within a few years (varies by state) to qualify for an apostille.
Common Personal Documents that can be authenticated:
• Vital records (Birth certificates, Death certificates, Marriage certificates)
• Divorce Decree
• Court decisions
• Adoption portfolios
• Certificate of Naturalization
• Passport or Driver’s License copies
Business and Corporate Documents that can be authenticated:
• Power of Attorney
• Articles and Certificate of Incorporation
• Various Company Authorization letters
• Sale Certificates
• Certificate of Good Standing
• Business Letter of Invitation
For a complete list of documents Georgia Apostille can authenticate please click here
Apostille comes from the French language and means “certification.” Depending on the country of your destination, your documents need either an Apostille (if your document is going to a member country of the Hague Apostille Convention) or Certification (if your document is going to a country that is not a member of the Hague Apostille Convention). The purpose of an apostille or a certification is to authenticate the seals and signatures of officials on public documents, including vital records, notarized personal or commercial documents, court orders, or documents issued by a public authority, so that they can be legally accepted by foreign countries.
The Hague Apostille Convention, officially known as The Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents, was developed by the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH) and has been signed by 117 countries including the United States of America. The USA has signed the Apostille Treaty on October 15, 1981. An Apostille is issued only on documents originating in a member country of the Hague Apostille Convention and going to another member country of the Hague Apostille Convention.
You can get an Apostille on your document only if it is going to be used in a member country of the Hague Apostille Convention. If you are not sure if the country of your destination is a party to the Hague Convention, please check the list of member-countries on the official site of the Hague Conference here.
If you are still unsure about the status of your destination country, please contact Georgia Apostille by visiting our Contact us page.