Us Legalization offers North Carolina Apostille Services for use in use in one of The Hague Convention Participating Countries.
Total Fees for Apostille North Carolina per single document are $ 50.00 - SAME DAY SERVICE.
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Apostille North Carolina Federal Documents
Documents issued by a Federal entity in the State of North Carolina are authenticated from the US Department of State in Washington, DC.
US Legalization provides Apostille service for all types of North Carolina Federal Documents within just 60 business days for only
$57.00 per single Apostille.
You will find below a list of all federal agencies in the United States, and the documents related to each agency.
Apostille North Carolina Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) Documents:
- Free Sale Certificate.
- Certificate of Exportability.
- Certificate of Pharmaceutical Products.
- Certificate to Foreign Government (CFG).
- Non-Clinical Research Use Only certificate.
- Specified Risk Materials of Bovine Origin Materials.
Apostille North Carolina Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Documents
- FBI Background Checks.
- US Federal Court documents.
Apostille North Carolina US Homeland Security Documents
- Naturalization Certificate.
- Immigration Certificate.
Apostille North Carolina US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Documents
- Animal Health Certificate
- Animal Certificate.
- Plant Certificate.
Apostille North Carolina US Patent and Trademarks (USPTO) Documents
- Trademarks Certificate.
Apostille North Carolina IRS Certificates
Apostille North Carolina EPA Certificates
Apostille North Carolina Social Security Administration Certificates.
You may request the services of US Legalization to obtain expedited North Carolina Apostille for Federal and Corporate Documents,
please choose your destination country from the table below to see full details:
The turn around time is 60 business days for all federal issued documents, or One day service for all corporation documents
North Carolina Embassy Certificate
Documents issued in the state of North Carolina and destined for use in one of the Non-Hague Convention Countries must be certified by
the North Carolina Secretary of State, authenticated by the US State Department, and legalized by the embassy of the destination country in Washington DC.
US Legalization provides expedited legalization service for North Carolina documents,
please choose the destination country from the table below to see full information.