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Same Day Texas Apostille/ Authentication Walk Through Service
$85

1st Document, Plus Fees

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Documents received in our office by 2 p.m. are processed at the TX Sec of State that day and go out that evening on an express air bill of your choice (FedEx, UPS, USPS) that you provide. Excludes weekends and holidays.

Each additional Apostille at the same time is charged $40.00 each.

Texas Secretary of State Fee per Apostille/Authentication

$15.00


SOS Apostille/Authentication FAQ page

Same Day Texas Apostille/ Authentication for Corporate Documents
$85

1st Document, Plus Fees

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Documents on file at the TX Sec of State requiring Apostille/Authentications must be ordered by 10:30 a.m. for same day service. The SOS does not attach certificates to copies of documents previously issued. State Fees vary per document.

Please call  512-730-0535  with questions.

Notary Samples on TX SOS Site

3 Day Texas Apostille
$65

1st Document, Plus Fees

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Documents received in our office by 2 p.m. are processed at the TX Sec of State within 3-4
days and go out on an express airbill of your choice (FedEx, UPS, USPS) that you provide.
Excludes weekends and holidays.

Each additional Apostille at the same time is charged $40.00 each.

Texas Secretary of State Fee per Apostille/Authentication

$15.00

 
24 Hour Texas Birth Certificate Retrieval
$195

each

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Send us the completed and notarized DSHS Vital Statistics Authorization form and a copy of your ID to us by 6:00 a.m. and we walk the request through that day and the BC goes out that evening on an express air bill of your choice(FedEx, UPS, USPS) that you provide. Excludes weekends and holidays each additional copy for us to request is $50.00 *You must notify us the evening before the documents arrive.
DSHS Authorization Form
DSHS BC Application Form
Texas DSHS Vital Statistics Fee is charged per request $22.00

WE FILE DOCUMENTS AND RETRIEVE COPIES AT ALL CITY, COUNTY, STATE AND FEDERAL AGENCIES LOCATED WITH 100 MILES OF AUSTIN, TEXAS. PLEASE CALL 512-730-0535 FOR PRICING AND TURNAROUND TIME.

**All jobs ship after full payment is received**

*For same day shipping we must receive payment by 4 p.m.*

RETURN SHIPPING: TEXAS APOSTILLE SERVICE FEES DO NOT INCLUDE RETURN SHIPPING, WHEN WE USE AN AIRBILL YOU PROVIDE THERE IS NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE.  **WE DO OFFER THE FOLLOWING RETURN OPTIONS

FEDEX STANDARD OVERNIGHT      $40.00    US ONLY

USPS PRIORITY 2-3 DAY RETURN   $15.00    US ONLY

WE ACCEPT PAYMENT FROM THE FOLLOWING CARDS, SERVICES AND APPS: MASTERCARD, VISA, DISCOVER, AMERICAN EXPRESS, VENMO AND PAYPAL VIA PAYPAL.

Personal

Marriage Licenses, Divorce agreements, Divorce Decree
Birth Certificates, Marriage Certificates, Death Certificates
Single Status to Marry, No record of a Marriage
Criminal Record – Criminal Background Check
FBI Criminal Background Check (Federal Document)
Local Police, Sheriff’s Department, etc
Power of Attorney – General, Special, Finance, Real Estate etc.
Notarized copies of Passport, Affidavits, and other documents
Papers for Adoption purposes
Transcripts (High School, College, University, or any other issuing agency)
Diploma, Degree Certificates, Graduation Records
Permission to Travel, Consent by Parent(s) to travel with Minor Children
Certificate of Naturalization (Federal Document)

Business & Corporate Documents

Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Incorporation
Merger Agreements
Authorization letter for Bank, Finance, Office, and related company matters
Certificates of Amendment
Certificate of Good Standing
Power of Attorney
Certificate of Incumbency
Corporate Resolution
Certification of Free Sale
Certificate of Origin
Certificate of Analysis
Corporate Forms
Joint Venture Agreements
Stock Purchase Agreement in Foreign Companies
Business Letter of Invitation

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If we have your certified documents by 2 p.m. (Central U.S time) they will ship to their end destination that day, or there is NO CHARGE.
* Does not include state fees.

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Monday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


1108 Lavaca St 110-165
Austin, TX 78701


E: info@texasapostilleservice.com
P: 512-730-0535

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FAQs

  • What is an Apostille?

    Any document issued in the United States must be apostilled or legalized when it is to be used in a foreign country. The Apostille is a form of numbered fields, which allows the data to be understood by the receiving country regardless of the official language of the issuing country.

    The United States is a member country of the Hague Convention “Abolishing the Requirement of Consular Legalization for Foreign Public Documents of 1961” Under this Convention, member countries agree to facilitate the exchange and verification of documents, an apostille certification will be required for all member countries of the Hague convention.

    It is important to know where the document will be ultimately used because some countries are not members of the Hague Convention.

  • How about certification and legalization in countries that are not member of the Hague Apostille Convention?

    Certifying and legalizing documents for countries that are non-members of the Hague Apostille Convention require additional steps.  These additional steps include State certification, U.S. Department of State certification if required, and Embassy or Consulate legalization. Texas Apostille Service can assist you with document verifications for all of these non-member countries.

    The process of legalizing your documents will depend on the type of document you have, the State your documents originate from and the Country requesting your documents.

    Here are the countries that are non-members of the Hague Convention.

    Algeria

    Afghanistan

    Angola

    Bahrain

    Bangladesh

    Benin

    Bolivia

    Brazil

    Burkina Faso

    Burma

    Burundi

    Cambodia

    Cameroon

    Canada

    Chad

    Chile

    China

    Congo Republic

    Congo Democratic

    Costa Rica

    Cote d’Ivoire

    Cuba

    Denmark

    Dominican

    Egypt

    Ethiopia

    Eritrea

    Ghana

    Guatemala

    Guinea

    Haiti

    Indonesia

    Iran

    Iraq

    Jamaica

    Jordan

    Kenya

    Kuwait

    Kyrgyzstan

    Laos

    Lebanon

    Libya

    Macedonia

    Madagascar

    Malaysia

    Mali

    Mauritania

    Morocco

    Myanmar

    Nepal

    Nicaragua

    Nigeria

    Niger

    Pakistan

    Palestine

    Paraguay

    Peru

    Philippines

    Qatar

    Rwanda

    Saudi Arabia

    Senegal

    Sierra Leone

    Sri Lanka

    Sudan

    Syria

    Singapore

    Taiwan

    Tajikistan

    Tanzania

    Thailand

    Tunisia

    Turkmenistan

    UAE

    Uganda

    Uruguay

    Uzbekistan

    Vietnam

    Yemen

    Zambia

    Zimbabwe

  • What does an Apostille do?

    The object of the Apostille is to “abolish the requirement of diplomatic or consular legalization for foreign public documents”. The completed Apostille certifies the authenticity of the signature, the capacity in which the person signing the document has acted and identifies the seal/stamp which the document bears.

    The document can be a “Power of Attorney” giving someone the legal right to represent an individual or company. It can also be the documents required to work overseas, such as police background checks, transcripts, and diplomas.

  • Who issues Apostilles?

    The document will be certified by apostille by the Secretary of State of the issuing state. For example, the Secretary of State of Texas may issue an Apostille on documents issued by persons on file with this agency, including county clerks, notaries public, statewide officials.

    Recently issued birth/death certificates issued by local registrars must have been issued within the past three (3) years in order for the Secretary of State to issue an Apostille. The competent authority for issuance of Apostilles on documents issued by the federal government are the clerks of the federal courts.

  • Why is an Apostille needed?

    Documents issued in the United States that are to be used in another country must be authenticated or legalized before that country will recognize those documents and give the documents the same legal value they have in the U.S.

    Before the Hague Convention the authentication procedure involved multiple authentications by different authorities including a consular officer.

    There are several reasons you may need an apostille:

    Adopting a child from another country.
    Getting married in a foreign country.
    Continuing your education overseas.
    Obtaining a new job in another county.
    Conducting business in a foreign country.
    Opening a bank account outside of the US.
    Anytime you plan to use a document in a different country for official use, the document must have an apostille attached to it. Think of it as a passport for your documents that allows those documents to travel to other places.
    The Hague Convention defines “public documents as: 


    Those originating in a court, clerk of a court, public prosecutor or process server
    Administrative documents
    Notarial acts
    Official certificates placed on documents
    These types of ‘public documents’ would include birth/death certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, school transcripts and diplomas/degrees, among others.





    Those originating in a court, clerk of a court, public prosecutor or process server
    Administrative documents
    Notarial acts
    Official certificates placed on documents
    These types of ‘public documents’ would include birth/death certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, school transcripts and diplomas/degrees, among others.


    The Hague Convention defines “public documents as:

    Those originating in a court, clerk of a court, public prosecutor or process server
    Administrative documents
    Notarial acts
    Official certificates placed on documents
    These types of ‘public documents’ would include birth/death certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, school transcripts and diplomas/degrees, among others.

  • If an Apostille is needed immediately, what can be done?

    Apostilles are issued by the Secretary of State of the state where the documents were issued or notarized.

    If the documents you wish to send were originated in the state of Texas (for example, birth certificates, divorce decrees, etc.) contact Texas Apostille Service. We GUARANTEE same day service!

    If your documents are issued by the Federal Government executive and administrative agencies which include FBI records, “Born Abroad” birth Certificates, FDA certificates, Consular reports and some others, the Apostille will be issued in Washington D.C .by the authentications office of the US Department of State.:

    Texas Apostille Service can also assist you with these Federal Government Apostilles. Just Click here for immediate service.