We are here to help you! We can apostille a power of attorney signed and notarized in all 50 U.S. states and the U.S. Federal Government (USA Embassy). If you require an authentication for a non-member of The Hague Apostille Convention, we can also process your power of attorney through the U.S. Department of State and the Embassy or Consulate office.
In order to apostille your power of attorney, you must mail in the original notarized copy to our office for further processing. A power of attorney can only be authenticated from the State the document was notarized in. The document must be properly notarized and include proper notarial wording. We do offer free review. If you not sure, please email it to email@example.com.
The Secretary of State does not have the authority to authenticate documents notarized in other States. For example, if the document was signed and notarized in Connecticut, only Connecticut can issue the apostille.
Some States require a notarized document to also be authenticated by the County Clerk too. Don’t worry we know it can be overwhelming. We will do the whole process from a to z.
If you are located outside of the USA and need to have your power of attorney authenticated for a country other than the USA, you can contact the local U.S. Embassy or U.S. Consulate office for notary services.
Please be advised the e-notary/online notary is not valid for an apostille.
Our staff is available Monday-Saturday from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm to answer your questions and provide you easy to follow-step-by-step instructions. Please call us at 1-516-231-4423.