How To Apostille Power Of Attorney

Apostille Power Of Attorney

Looking to apostille your power of attorney in the Boston MA area? then you came to the right place! Our staff can help you notarize your power of attorney and get it apostilled in all 50 states including Maine, Florida, Ohio, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Texas. We have over a decade of experience in handling Power Of Attorney Documents, written not only in English but also in Arabic and French.

Once you prepare your legal documents, we recommend that you review them in person and with your attorney then schedule a time where you can visit our office in Tewksbury MA to complete the notary. Once the documents are notarized, we will then proceed to complete your apostille application with the State. You will be happy to learn that we can be a one-stop shop for all your translation service needs and can even forward your documents where they need to be worldwide via FedEx and DHL.

State Department Apostille

Apostille Service Near Me

There are different types of Apostille services both at State and Federal levels. Some documents like FBI credit reports and documents issued by the Federal Government can be apostilled /Authenticated by the U.S State Department. Others like a Cori Check, Power Of Attorney, and Birth Certificates can be done at the State where the documents got initiated.

We offer a free consultation and document review, you can simply contact us via email or in person and we will review your documents and give you our best recommendations. We are not a legal form so, we cannot provide legal advice. To book service online, please visit us at or call 978-851-0199.

Apostille Service Near Me

Many of our residents and business clients have more than one document to process and more often than not, from two different states.  For example, if you were born in Massachusetts and married in New Hampshire, you will need to obtain a Massachusetts apostille and a New Hampshire apostille.  Our offices in Tewksbury MA can process your documents quickly saving you the time and money of dealing with an out-of-state apostille company.

An apostille is a certificate issued by the State or The State Department which authenticates the official who has signed your document.  An apostille does not authenticate the content of your documents. If your document originates from Massachusetts, it can only be apostilled in Massachusetts.  For example, if you were born in Texas, then the apostille can only be issued by the Texas Secretary of State’s office.