Most countries will simply ask for a color copy of the page including your picture and personal data to be signed and notarized. Some countries can want you to color copy your whole passport rather than just the page that contains your photo and personal information. Verify again with the country making the request to prevent any delays or extra fees.
You must send the color copy of your passport that has been notarized to our office for processing in order to get it apostilled. In order to arrange a meeting with a U.S. Federal notary to notarize the color copy if you reside outside of the United States, we advise getting in touch with the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate office. You can mail the notarized color copy to our office, where it will be processed after being notarized.
Finding a notary public with at least five years of experience who will abide by the notarial laws of their State is advised if you reside in the United States. Signing in front of the notary public is requested for your paper. The notary will next add the appropriate notarial language and stamp the document.
You can order apostille services for your US passport on our website: US Passport Apostille.
The top provider of document certification, legalization, attestation, and apostille services is Visa Express Inc.
Apostilles may be challenging. Don't trust this technique to untrained workers or unqualified individuals who are unaware of the Apostille procedure and the particular needs of several countries. Your paperwork can be turned down, which would cost you time and money. Be awared!