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Obtaining an Indiana Apostille for documents on your own can be a challenging and time-consuming process. But working with Signature Move Notary is easy, simple and pain-free.
We exhaust all efforts to help you. We will work with all states and all offices to apostille or legalize your paperwork successfully.
Any error (large or small) can result in your apostille request to be rejected. Therefore, we will review each document to ensure all the information is correctly completed and notify you of any discrepancies.
You will fill out an order form, we will discuss any specific requirements, we can pick up or send us your original documents (or a certified copy). That’s it! We will take it from there.
Our notary public will work with the correct offices of authentications, including state offices, federal offices, and if needed, the Embassy or Consulate.
Each and every apostille is unique and may have unexpected requirements. We will do our necessary detailed research, while handling your documents with great care.
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Personal Hand Delivery to the Indiana Secretary of State
EXPEDITED SERVICE AVAILABLE
Your documents will be hand delivered to The Indiana Secretary of State where we are often times able to obtain your documents and return shipment within 24-48 hours.
If you are having any issues with our form, please email your submission to: email@example.com or
call Kerrie L. Smith at (317) 438-3183 for further assistance.
An Apostille is simply the name for a specialized certificate, issued by the Secretary of State. The Apostille is attached to your original document to verify it is legitimate and authentic so it will be accepted in one of the other countries who are members of the Hague Apostille Convention. We offer a full Apostille Service to obtain apostille for any of your personal or legal documents.
If you are using a document for international legal use you MAY be required to obtain apostille certification. Common documents that need an apostille:
Birth/death certificates, marriage certificates, power of attorney, incorporation documents, banking statements, background checks, and many others.
Obtaining an apostille can be time consuming and confusing for many. Each document has a different workflow depending on the issuing state, agency and specific requirements.
If you're confused about it, please give us a call at (317) 438-3183 and we will happy to help.