Member Countries for the Hague Apostille Convention

The Hague Apostille is a document that verifies the authenticity of the document it accompanies. Physically it is an independent sheet that is attached to the public document and that shows the signature and seal that guarantees its legality. This simplified method of legalization was introduced by the “Hague Convention” on October 5th, 1961.

What documents can be apostilled?

Civil registration documents can be apostilled, for example: birth, marriage, divorce, single or death certificates. But not only those, but also notarized documents, certificates and/or academic degrees, employment, income, medical or property certificates, etc.

What are the advantages of the Hague Apostille?


It is a much faster legal process, since you do not need to go through as many institutions. It is only necessary to issue the apostille so that your papers can be valid in another country.


The Hague Apostille turns the heavy and endless chain of visits to Embassies and/or Consulates, appointments with officials and with public administrations to legalize your documents in a single process.

 The Hague Apostille and the FBI background check

On the other hand, to work, travel, adopt, teach English, obtain dual citizenship or get married abroad, the destination country requests the FBI background check report and its corresponding apostille.

Our company is dedicated to this process: processing FBI apostilles directly with the United States Department of State in Washington, D.C.

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Our work has a direct impact on these two aspects: speed and comfort. Our companies, with more than 20 years of experience, process hundreds of apostilles of all kinds daily.

At Apostille Net we apostille all kinds of documents, such as the ones we have previously commented, directly with the State Secretaries of the State that issued the document that needs to be apostilled.

At FBI Apostille Services we exclusively apostille FBI background check reports, directly with the United States Department of State in Washington, D.C.