US Authentication Services Takes the Confusion Out of Document Authentication
If you are moving out of the country, and are looking to have documents authenticated, you probably already know that this can be a complicated and confusing process. First, you need to know exactly what documents you need certified. Lastly, you need to follow the complex steps to get proper authentications. While this can be a difficult process, you can save yourself both time and headache by allowing the professionals at US Authentication Services to help.
US Authentication Services is a Better Business Bureau accredited firm that specializes in document authentication services for personal, corporate and commercial documents.
For years, customers have relied upon the expertise of US Authentication Services' staff members to carry out authentication of their documents, giving them the most current requirements and carrying out the appropriate procedures from start to finish. Instead of wondering whether you got all of the necessary steps completed correctly, you'll take comfort in knowing that the process was completed correctly the first time.
Why is hiring a professional so incredibly helpful for your authentication needs? The document authentication process, also known as chain authentication, is a procedure which needs to be carried out in a particular sequential order; this includes notarizing a document, obtaining Secretary of State Certification, US State Department authentication and Embassy legalization. Our expertise will eliminate any confusion on your part. You'll know exactly how to proceed and exactly what to expect.
Document authentication is necessary for many types of documents. Some examples of personal documents include university diplomas or degrees, transcripts, vital documents (such as birth and marriage certificates), power of attorney authorizations and many more. Examples of commercial documents include distributor agreements, incorporation documents, appointment of directors, IRS documents, patent agreements, certificates of origin, commercial invoices, certificate to foreign governments, and more. Authentication of documents means the respective state, federal, and foreign embassy officials validate the signature of the government or signatory official. The difference between an apostille process and an authentication process is such that, after the Department of State Authentication is obtained from the Office of Authentications, the document is ready to be submitted to the embassy of the respective country.
Still confused about document authentication? Don't worry! That's exactly why US Authentication Services is committed to helping our clients.
We know that this can be a confusing process, and we are here to make it as easy as possible on you. To learn more about how we can take the mystery out of document authentication, contact us today!