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Authentication-Apostille Services

Types of Authentications

1. Apostille

2. Embassy Legalization

What is an Apostille?

An “apostille” is a form of authentication issued to documents for use in countries that participate in the Hague Convention of 1961. An Apostille is issued as an attachment and will validate the authenticity of your document to the foreign entity you are required to present your document to. One Source Process offers standard and expedited apostille and legalization services.

What is Embassy Legalization?

"Embassy legalization" is when a document (s) is presented to the Embassy/Consulate of the destination country where the document (s) will be used.

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Securing an Apostille or Embassy Legalization of your document (s) can be a lengthy and complicated process. Some document (s) require multiple steps, and a simple mistake can cause your document (s) to be rejected. At SBNT we take full control of the Apostille/Authentication process and reviewing your document (s) to ensure that the document (s) meet the requirements of all parties involved in the Apostille or Legalization process (State, Federal, and Foreign Government). We will assist you with preparing your document (s), and secure authentication on your behalf. We offer a simple process that starts with an in person or online appointment.

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we can secure an Apostille/Authentication of these documents:

birth certificates

marriage certificates

death certificates

School transcripts


FBI background reports

State background reports

social security letters

powers of attorneys

Business Registrations

Medical Documents

Certificate of Good Standing


Corporate Documents



Bill of sale

Social Security card

driver's license

vehicle title

U.S. passport

Resident alien card

Personal Letters and much more

How do I get My Document Apostilled/authenticated?

Follow these three Easy steps to get STARTED


Schedule Your Appointment

Upload a picture/copy of your document on your appointment request.


Submit Your Payment

Visit your local SBNT Express office or request and invoice via email.


Pick up your Document

In order to Notarize your document you must present a valid government issued ID and sign your document in the presence of our Notary Public. 

"Apostilles authenticate the seals and signatures of officials on public documents such as birth certificates, court orders, or any other document issued by a federal agency or certified by an American or foreign consul. An apostille certifies the document(s), so the document can be recognized in foreign countries that are members of the 1961 Hague Convention Treaty.”