Apostille on documents intended for Latvia
Apostille Treaty is an international agreement between the countries the abolishing requirements of consular legalization the documents if both countries signed the treaty. When a document is to be used in a foreign country (for example, a document issued or notarized in the USA), it may be necessary to have the document authenticated. An authentication certifies the signature and the capacity of the official who has executed the document. The authentication may also authenticate the seal of the official. Once authentication is completed the document is ready for Apostille.
The Apostille is an publicly issued certificate by the state or federal Department of State Division. It contains a exclusive number and date of issue. Depending on what type of document you need to Apostille and what USA state a document has been originated from, time and terms of completing the Apostille procedure vary.
Latvia and Hague Convention
Latvia has been member of the Apostille Convention (also called Hague Convention) of 1961 since August 11, 1992.
Before going abroad to work, study or get married or buying a property in the Republic of Latvia, a person should clarify in advance what kind of documents will be required and whether the authorities of Latvia accept them in English or a certified translation into Latvian is required.
Also, keep in mind that Consulate or Embassy of the Republic of Latvia do not issued Apostille certificates on official documents issued by the USA or other country government of private agency. In accordance with international requirements such documents as Vital Records (Birth, Marriage or Death Certificate), Judgment of Divorce, FBI Background Check Certificate, Police Clearance Certificate, etc. should be legalized by competent authorities in the county, state and the country of issue, and not in Consulate of Latvia.
Considering the abovementioned, it is wise to hire a professional and experienced Apostille Agents and Notaries who can direct you through the entire process of documents for Latvia. By letting specialists handling the document preparation for Latvia, you are ensured that they will complete the job properly and punctually.
Besides, you’ll be guaranteed that the documents will be accepted by official authorities, government agencies and private institutions in Latvia.
Documents required Apostille if destined for Latvia
Obtaining a County Clerk Certification and Apostille on your documents meant for use in Latvia is not a complex process. However, it is important to bear in mind that each document necessitates knowledge on how to prepare it attention to details, because different types of documents are processed in a different way.
For instance, apostille on a statement, a power of attorney or an affidavit is obtained in two easy steps – verification by two competent authorities. While such documents as Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Death Certificate, Judgments, corporate documents or FBI Background check Certificate demand more professional knowledge, because up to four local and federal departments are involved in the whole process of their legalization.
When it comes to Apostille for Latvia, Apoling Solutions is a leading provider of legalization services for documents intended for Latvia. For years, we have been assisting clients from NYC metro area as well as those who reside in other states. In addition to our fast and quality customer service we offer the expertise of our competent Notaries Public, reliable Apostille Agents and certified translators from and into Latvian. We take pride in assisting customers in preparation of any kind of official, business or a legal documents meant for the Republic of Latvia or Latvian Consulates in the USA and other countries.
In accordance with the Hague Convention, the following documents are considered the documents for public use and require Apostille if intended to be presented before official and public authorities in Latvia:
1. Documents issued by organizations or official departments, local and federal courts and tribunals. These kinds of documents include:
– Birth Certificate
– Marriage Certificate
– Death Certificate
– Judgment of Divorce or Divorce Decree
– Judgment of Name Change
– Custody – related Decisions and Judgments, etc.
2. Documents issued by administrative authorities:
– Diploma signed by a School Director or Principal
– Academic Record certified by a Rector
– Hospital Reference signed by a hospital administrator, etc.
3. Notarized personal documents such as:
– Certified and notarized copies of documents (Passports, Driver Licenses, copies of school records and diplomas)
– Power of Attorney
– Affidavits of different types (including Affidavit of Single Status)
– Consents including Parental Consent for Travel of their Children
– Residency Confirmation
3. Official validating endorsements, placed on documents signed by individuals acting in a personal capacity, such as official certificates of the registration of a document or of its existence on the date indicated, as well as official and Notarial verifications of signatures. They are usually Corporate documents such as By – Laws, certificate of Incorporation, Business Contract and Agreements.
Considering the above mentioned, it is necessary that the documents intended for use in Latvia to be processed in accordance with International legal requirements and official requirements of Latvia.
Public and personal document retrieving
If you need to get your Vital Records – Birth, Marriage or Death Certificate or Divorce Decree apostilled, keep in mind that originals will be denied Apostille by the U.S. Department of State. It is required to obtain a certified copy (so called, an extended form for international use) of these documents first and then carry on their legalization.
As a rule, most of the agencies offering Apostille services do not make available document retrieving services. This means that you must find out what documents to obtain, where to order them and how to place the order.
Apoling Solutions takes pride of being a full – service agency, because we strive to assist our clients the best. Thus, we are glad to assist you in obtaining a correct document, authenticate and Apostille it, and translate all certificates and slips that are in English into Latvian if required.
Certified translation of Authentication and Apostille Certificate
When presented to the officials in Latvia or a Consulate of the Republic of Latvia, it is often required that your documents to be translated from English into Latvian and that the translation to be certified and notarized.
At the Apoling we carry out all the services at one place – document retrieving – authentication – Apostille – certified translation – notary binding.
With us you do not have to concern about anything! Each document requested by you will be prepared by our experts in the approved manner and on time!
How to order Apostille services for Latvia
Please, send us a free – quote request via this website, email us an inquiry at: email@example.com or bring the documents for Apostille to our office, located in Brooklyn, NY.
If you live out of state or your document was originated in the state you do not live any longer in – we can take care of these issues, because provide Apostille services for those who reside in AL, AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT,VT, VA, WA, WV, WI, WY.
Expedited Apostille service NYC
Time is of the essence when dealing with important legal matters such as document authentication and Apostille, and we understand the importance of completing your process correctly and as quickly as possible and can shorten the time to process your order. For example, the average processing time for the U.S. Department of State is approximately 10 days if mailed; however, we can complete this process the same or next business day. Once your documents are ready we can send them internationally for delivery within two days guaranteed to most countries via UPS, FedEx or DHL.
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