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Below you can find a list of documents signed by a notary public or the following officials and authorities that can be authenticated with a U.S. apostille:

• County Clerks
• Notaries Public
• Registrar/Recorders
• Superior Court Administrators
• Superior Court Executive Clerks
• Superior Court Executive Officers
• Superior Court Judges
• State Officials 
• Officers who have authority across multiple counties

Personal documents acceptable for authentication include:

• Birth Certificates, Marriage and Death Certificates
• Marriage Licenses
• Marriage Status Documents
• Divorce agreements and Decree
• Certificate of Naturalization
• Criminal Records and Background Checks (State and Federal)
• Documents from Local Police or Sheriff’s Department
• Power of Attorney for Real Estate, Finance, and other Documents
• Notarized Passport and Affidavit copies
• Academic Transcripts
• Diploma and Degree Certificates
• Permission to Travel Documents (Parents consenting for Minors, etc.)
• Adoption papers

Business and corporate documents acceptable for authentication include:

• Articles and Certificate of Incorporation
• Merger Agreements
• Certificates of Amendment
• Certificate of Good Standing
• Corporate Resolution Documents
• Power of Attorney
• Various Company Authorization letters
• Incumbency Certificate
• Sale Certificates
• Business Letter of Invitation
• Certificate of Origin
• Joint Venture Agreements
• Certificate of Analysis
• Corporate Forms
• Stock Purchase Agreement in Foreign Companies

Check out Our Services page for details and instructions on how to begin the process of legalizing your U.S. documents for use in a foreign country.

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