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When we notarize a document that will be filed in another state or
country, the notary may be asked for proof of his or her appointment. This
verification, depending upon the requirements of the particular state or
country, may be obtained from the Delaware Secretary of State, Division of
Corporations. You should check with your state or country for its particular
The Delaware Secretary of State also provides authentication of Delaware public officials' signatures on documents. If the document is to be used outside the United States, the country of destination determines whether the authentication is an Apostille or Certification.
We charge a flat fee of $120 per document for an Apostille whether for Commercial or Personal use.
At this time the following countries and territories have accepted the Hague Convention:
List of countries and territories - note, clicking this link will send you to the Hague Convention website.
A certificate of authentication is affixed to documents intended for countries that are not party to the Hague Convention. Apostilles require no further diplomatic or consular legalization, while certificates of authentication must first be processed by the U.S. Department of State before being sent to a non-Hague Convention country.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
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