You've been informed that you must apostille your car title. Three questions may occur immediately:
- What exactly is an apostille?
- Why do I need to have my car title apostille?
- Who can assist me in apostilling my automobile title?
Let us address these concerns.
What exactly is a Car Title Apostille?An apostille is a specialized certificate issued by the Secretary of State in Washington, DC or the state where the document was issued. This certificate is connected to your original document and validates its authenticity. Currently, 117 nations recognize the apostille as a means of validating papers.
Why do I need to have my car title apostille?When operating with a country other than the United States, you will almost always need the necessary papers apostilled or legalized. However, there are a few reasons why you might need to apostille your car title:
- Your car was stolen and found in another location.
- You're selling your car to someone from outside the United States.
- You intend to transport your automobile to another nation.
- You are a foreign buyer looking to purchase an automobile within the U.S.
There is one step you must accomplish before we can begin the apostille process: the automobile title must be signed and notarized. Verify the process with your notary, but you should be able to just sign the original title in front of the notary. If you are not in the United States, contact the US Embassy to arrange for an American notary.
Who Can Assist Me in Apostilling My Car Title?Obtaining a car title apostille can be a time-consuming and complicated process. We will work with your state to get your automobile title apostilled ASAP.
Our procedure is straightforward. All you have to do is fill out our apostille service order form and attach your notarized automobile title. We'll take over from here. We will begin by reviewing all of your requests and documents. Before initiating the apostille procedure, we will alert you of any concerns. Following that, we will contact you with a pricing and completion date. We will begin the apostille procedure once you give us the go-ahead. There are no surprises in terms of price or schedule.