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Power of Attorney
An official letter or document known as a power of attorney grants someone the right to act on behalf of another person. This legal document gives someone the authority to decide for you or take action on your behalf. This might apply to private matters, professional situations, or legal proceedings.

The Power of Attorney may be granted if you are incapable of acting on your own behalf physically or if you lack the mental capacity to do so.

Typical justifications for processing powers of attorney include:

  • People who purchase or sell real estate abroad
  • Granting authority to a relative living abroad to handle your legal or financial affairs
  • Hiring an international attorney to represent a third party in court
  • Businesses granting authority to a representative abroad
  • Demonstrating your authority to act on someone else's behalf if they are no longer able to do so for yourself (e.g a Lasting Power of Attorney registered with the USA government)

You might be required to have your power of attorney certified by an apostille if you need to use it outside the USA. Then, your document will be legalized for use worldwide. For powers of attorney that have already been attested by a solicitor or notary, we offer the apostille.

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Power of Attorney Apostille FAQ

Power of Attorney Apostille
Power of Attorney Apostille

What is a power of attorney?

A power of attorney is a legal authorization that gives a designated person the power to act for another person. The person who receives the authority is the agent or attorney-in-fact while the subject of the Power of Attorney (POA) is the principal.

There are two main types of POAs, financial and health care — both of which provide the attorney-in-fact with broad or limited powers.

Who is going to write the power of attorney? What is the greatest approach to ensure that the POA is written correctly?

The Power of Attorney must be written properly; that is what matters most. It is recommended to have a lawyer or notary in the nation where the power of attorney will be used create it for you or to supply a sample. By heeding this advice, you can save time and money as well as steer clear of delays and even document rejection.

There are a few standard guidelines:

  • Your original signature is required on the document.
  • Your file must have a date.
  • The document cannot have any corrections or blank spaces.

Does a power of attorney require notarization? What does it mean to notarize properly?

Please take note that a notary's stamp and signature alone are insufficient! A notarial declaration is required. The laws governing notarial declarations vary from state to state. In order to avoid the Secretary of State rejecting the document, instruct the notary to follow them.

Should a power of attorney be written in English or another language?

Indeed, it can. Finding a notary who can notarize a document in a foreign language, though, will be necessary. The language of the notarial declaration must always be English. Additionally, some states will demand the translation (sometimes a certified translation) at the Secretary of State level (e.g. in the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, North Carolina, North Dakota, Wyoming, and a few others).

Which type of legalization is required for a Power of Attorney?

The country where the use is intended determines the type of legalization. Apostilles are necessary in countries that have signed the Hague Apostille Convention. Embassies must provide legality or attestation for non-Hague countries.

For all foreign countries, documents from all states, and all types of documents, we secure apostilles and offer embassy legalization. You can email a copy of your paper for a free assessment to make sure it's okay.

Where can I get an apostille stamp?

In the United States you can get an apostille stamp in the Secretary of State and in the Deputy Secretary of State. However, the procedure can be difficult and time-consuming. We have been providing secure and fast apostille services for more more than 20 years. With us, you will save your time and money!

How to get an apostille legalization in California?

The California Secretary of State provides an Apostille to authenticate California public officials' signatures on documents to be used outside the United States of America. You can also apply for an apostille online on our website:

  • Send us your request online and receive a quote from a specialist the same day
  • Send us your documents
  • Once completed, your apostilled documents will be mailed to you via FedEx or DHL and will arrive at your doorstep
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.

You can apostille a power of attorney in these states
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    - Boise, ID

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