Apostille on the U.S. documents for use in Georgia
Apostille Certificates are affixed by Competent Authorities designated by the government of a state which is party to the Hague Convention of 1961 abolishing the requirements of documents legalization in embassy. Apostilles authenticate the seals and signatures of officials on public documents such as birth certificates, notarials, court orders, or any other document issued by a public authority, so that they can be recognized in foreign countries that are parties to the Convention.To be eligible for an apostille, a document must first be issued or certified by an officer recognized by the authority that will issue the apostille. Once the documents authenticity is verified by appropriate official county, state and federal authorities in the country where the documents originate, they do not require further legalization in the Consulate of the Republic of Georgia.
Georgia – an Apostille country
Georgia has been a party to the Hague Convention since May 14, 2007. Thus, any official document intended for for private institutions, official or legal authorities in Georgia or in a Consulate of the Republic of Georgia overseas should bear an Apostille Stamp in order to be recognized by the Georgian authorities.
Depending on type of a document you may need to get apostilled, the Apostille procedure varies, because every particular document requires scrupulous approach in order to be prepared in accordance with legal requirements of the Republic of Georgia.
For example, affidavits, power of attorney, statements and personal references signed by an individual and notarized by a Notary Public, are typically processed by completing few effortless steps – obtaining authentication and apostilling the document in the local office of the Department of State. However, such documents as Birth, Marriage or Death Certificates, Judgments of Divorce, FBI Background Check Certificates, by – laws, certificates of good standing etc. require deep understanding of the document apostille or legalization process. If prepared incorrectly, the documents can be denied acceptance in Georgia.
By employing experienced Apostille service providers you are assured that your documents will be prepared in professional way. The competent notaries and Apostille Agents of Apoling Solutions will offer you extensive experience, excellent knowledge of International Law and the Notarial Law of the Republic of Georgia. If prepared by us, your documents will be indisputably recognized by official authorities in the territory of Georgia.
Statewide document apostille services
When it comes to Apostille on documents meant to be used in Georgia, Apoling Solutions is one of New York leading agencies, providing professional document Apostille and legalization services within the strictest time frames. Serving individuals and legal entities, we are devoted to put forward the proficiency of our Notaries Public, dependency of our Apostille Agents, and, of course, linguistic skillfulness of our translators from English into Georgian, from Georgian into English or any other language.
While assisting customers in 5 NYC boroughs – New York, Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island, Long Island, we provide the same services to those who live out of New York State. Our specialists have exceptional knowledge of Apostille procedure in various states – 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. We’ll gladly share with you expertise and experience by preparing any personal, official, financial, business or legal document properly and promptly.
Apostille on public documents destined for Georgia
The below listed documents are considered official (public) documents. Therefore, obtaining an Apostille on these documents is a requisite if you would like them to be recognized by authorities in Georgia or other foreign countries, parties to the Apostille Convention:
1. Vital Records – birth, marriage, death certificates – issued by official departments (Department of Health, Office of the City Clerk, County Clerk’s Office, FBI, etc.)
2. Personal documents, signed by an individual and notarized by a Notary Public
– Power of Attorney
– Affidavit of Single Status
– Parental Consent for Travel of their Children
– Letter of Debt
– Letter of Testament
– Last Will and Testament
– Car Title
– Bill of Sale
– Individual or Business Contract
3. Personal documents issued by official government or immigration authorities:
– Documents for transportation of deceased
– Adoption Documents
– Certificate of Naturalization and Name Change
– Report of Birth Abroad
– FBI Background Check Certificate
– Police Clearance Certificate
– Criminal Record
– IRS documentation
4. Documents issued by courts and signed by Court Clerks:
– Judgment of Divorce or Divorce Decree
– Judgment of Name Change
– Custody – related Judgment and Court Decisions, etc.
– Certificate of Good Standing
6. Financial documents issued and signed by authorized official:
– Bank References issued by a Bank Manager
– Medical documents signed by a hospital administrator, etc.
7. Certified by Notary Public copies of documents:
– Driver License
– Passport of the USA citizen
– Foreign Passport
– Notarized copies of school records and diplomas,
– Notarized Copies of corporate documents
8. Business documents
– By – Laws
– Certificate of Incorporation
– Certificate of Good Standing
– Corporate Certificate of Status,
– ISO Certificates
– Certificate of Incumbency
– IRS Form 6166
9. Administrative 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.
The aforesaid documents should be processed in accordance with international law and domestic regulations of the USA and the Republic of Georgia in order to be accepted in Georgia or in the Consulates of Georgia overseas.
Official Georgian translation and document retrieving service
If you are in need of obtaining an apostille on Birth, Marriage or Death Certificate or Divorce Decree, bear in mind that the Secretary of State will reject documents for apostille if you present the original documents for legalization. It is because that, in accordance with the USA requirements, prior to processing with documents authentication and apostille, one should obtain so called “long – form” of the Vital Records Certificate and, of course, exemplification letter if such.
Not all of the Apostille services companies in the USA are able to accomplish document retrieving services leaving to you the overwhelming task of documents retrieval. This means that you should find out what documents to obtain, gain knowledge of where to order them and establish how to place an order properly.
Later on, after you finalize the document preparation process by obtaining an Apostille, you should translate your documents into Georgian. Thus, you face an issue of finding a reputable translation agency who would be able to assist you with certified translation of your documents into Georgian.
Apoling Solutions is a full – service Apostille Services Agency in NYC. We’ll help you with retrieving necessary documents, process with authenticate and apostille, and make available certified translation services from English into Georgian.
At the Apoling Solutions we can handle all issues at one place – document retrieving – document authentication – Apostille Stamp – certified translation – notary binding.
If you live in Georgia, and must obtain an apostilled document originated in the USA (Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Death Certificate, Judgment of Divorce, educational documents, etc.), let us know by sending us an email or dialing: 718-676-4537.
Translation of Apostille into Georgian
For years Georgia has been accepting documents in Russian language. Nevertheless, lately Georgian authorities request the documents to be produced in Georgian or translated from English into Georgian, became Georgian remains the official language of the Republic of Georgia. What’s more, in accordance with the legal requirements of Georgia, the translation should be certified and apostilled.
With Apoling Solutions translators into Georgian you do not have to worry about the task of translation of your documents.
Our translators into and from Georgian language are experts in particular translation fields. No matter if you are an individual, who need to translate personal documents into Georgian, or a company with a large volume of corporate documents for translation and Apostille, we’ll handle Georgian translation of all levels of difficulty – from simple personal references and statements to corporate and business – legal documentation requiring vast knowledge of legal business vocabulary.
Any document you’ll make a decision to order with Apoling Solutions’ specialists will be prepared accurately and translated into Georgian professionally and precisely.
Order Apostille on documents for Georgia
If you would like to find out what will it cost to apostille your document, please, send us a request for a free – quote via this website, email us an inquiry at: email@example.com or bring the documents required an Apostille in person to our corporate office in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, NY.
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.
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We’ll take care of any document that you may need to submit with legal authorities in Georgia. For many years, we have been providing professional Apostille services for residents of 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, and will process any document in accordance with the local, state and federal laws and legal regulations of the Republic of Georgia.