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Personal/Business Documents 7 - 14 business days

Federal Documents 18 - 24 business days


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Personal/Business Documents 2 - 7 business days
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Do you need Arkansas Apostille Services?
Get your documents and diplomas translated, authenticated and certified in AR.
Apostille is an internationally recognized certification of authenticity for documents issued by Arkansas state.

Apostille is an internationally recognized certification of authenticity for documents issued by Arkansas state. It certifies the authenticity of a signature, seal, or stamp, meaning that it confirms the signature or seal on the document is authentic and that the signatory has the authority to do so. The apostille process removes any doubt about a document’s origin and ensures its integrity.

Apostilles are needed for documents that need to be certified by a state or federal government agency. These agencies usually require an apostille if the document is being used in another country.
The process involves two steps: authenticating the signature on your document and attaching an apostille to your document.

Both steps are time-consuming and labor-intensive. It's difficult to get apostille services in state of Arkansas because it almost doesn't have any country-level agencies that provide this service. Sometimes, it can be difficult to know where to start or what steps are needed. The best way to make this process easier is to find a professional, reliable and trustworthy service provider for the task.

We provide the best apostille services in Arkansas. Our company has been providing these services for more than a decade now and we have never let our clients down.

Apostille documents in Arkansas
Arkansas Apostille FAQ

Why do I need an Apostille and what does it do for me?

When a document from one nation needs to be presented in another as part of the legal procedure, an Apostille is necessary. The majority of the time, this will entail business dealings, but it is increasingly used for real estate transactions and to settle the estate of a deceased individual with assets abroad. Powers of attorney, passports, birth, marriage, and death certificates are some of the most popular papers that need to be legalized with an Apostille certificate. A Notary Public will confirm your identity as the signer as part of the Apostille requirement, protecting you from fraud and other risks of identity theft.

How to apostille documents in Arkansas?

In order to apostille documents in Arkansas, you must contact the Secretary of State of Arkansas. The Secretary will only issue an Apostille strictly for use in countries participating in the Hague Convention in 1961. All documents issued for Non-Hague Participating Countries are required to be certified, not apostilled.

Within the United States or any of its territories or possessions, apostille services are not mandatory. It means that the Secretary of State of Arkansas will not issue an Apostille for use in American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Arkansas Secretary of State charges $5 per document. A document can have several pages.

Which countries accept apostille documents?

You can find a list of countries on official Hague Convention website: Status Table provided by the Hague Conference on Private International Law.

Do I need to obtain an Embassy Legalization for a document issued in the state of Arkansas?

Any document issued in the state of Arkansas must regularly be certified in order to be accepted by all Non-Hague Convention Participating Countries. These documents must also be approved by the embassy of the foreign country of destination and authenticated by the U.S. Department of State.

How long does it take to apostille documents in Arkansas?

Obtaining an apostille can sometimes be time-consuming and difficult. It can take up to a few weeks in Arkansas and requires from 14 business days. If you want more information, we advise getting in touch with us. For more than 20 years, we have handled thousands of documents. Our experienced staff is aware of how to expedite and simplify the process for you.
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How does it work?

Apply online

Send us your request online and receive a quote from a specialist the same day. We will also review a scan of your documents for any errors and let you know ASAP if additional steps are required.

Send us your documents

No need to make an appointment or go to a physical location. Just mail us your documents through a secure tracked shipping service (FedEx, DHL, or UPS).
In some cases we may not even need the physical copy!

Receive your documents

Once completed, your Apostilled documents will be mailed to you via FedEx or DHL and will arrive at your doorstep.

Ask about our shipping options! Whether in the US or Worldwide, we’ll get your apostille documents to you wherever you may be.

Fast, professional services! I was informed every step of the way.
Farrel Gulierm
Honestly they worked a miracle! I needed my passport for a medical trip and procrastinated but they came through!! Super pumped with how easy and fast they were!!
Samuel Willson
I loved being able to track where things were at through the whole process.
Sarah Lewin
Great service if you're in a pinch like me and needed a passport ASAP. Thanks!
Alex Larkins
Secretary of State
Fee: $5 per document

Turnaround time: 2 Business Days

Telephone: (501) 682-3409


State of Arkansas
1401 W. Capitol, Suite 250
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201

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