1. Business

Useful Tips That Can Help You In Sending A Document With An Apostille

Disclaimer: This is a user generated content submitted by a member of the WriteUpCafe Community. The views and writings here reflect that of the author and not of WriteUpCafe. If you have any complaints regarding this post kindly report it to us.

When you need to authenticate the seals and signatures of officials on any document(s), you need an apostille certificate for that. The documents mentioned before are identity proofs like birth certificates and other documents that are needed for business purposes. An apostille certifies that a document is real, authentic, created by the appropriate authority with jurisdiction, so it can be recognized in foreign countries. The use of apostille has been under the rules since 1961 when a group of countries signed the Hague Convention Treaty. So, if you need Apostille in New Jersey or anywhere else, you must read the tips below.

Tip 1:

First of all, you must notarize each document in front of a notary public. For this service, it is not a requirement for the notary to sign each document, only a tip in their seal. For those of you commissioned through the County: Notaries commissioned by the County must first certify your document by placing their stamp and certification certificate on each page. They will then send or hand-deliver your documents to the appropriate Clerk of Court for further certification. The clerk of court will then date and stamp your document with their county seal per state regulations. If you are going to be using an NC Deputy Great Seal notary, they must certify all pages before you can use them as evidence with state agencies or institutions. For those of you commissioned through the State: Note that once notified, one will email certified copies directly to you (emailing PDFs) after they have received these documents from the clerk of court mentioned above.

Tip 2:

When you're about to notarize the document make sure that the document has been issued to you and nobody else must claim for it. If required, you may have to get the document certified by the clear of the court or the secretary of the state. You may have to get the document certified by both the secretary of the state and the clerk of the court. In that case, you have to make sure that you get it certified by the clerk of court first.

Tip 3:

Make sure that all of the seals and signatures on the document are original. In case, you need to attach a copy of the document, just make sure that the copy is well-certified from a notary public.

If you need an Apostille in Trenton NJ, you can consider njnotarygroup.com. With the help of well-experienced loan signing agents, they'll help you in getting the authentication of any document. Their services are available at affordable prices and they are active 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.



Welcome to WriteUpCafe Community

Join our community to engage with fellow bloggers and increase the visibility of your blog.
Join WriteUpCafe