Hague Convention Apostille Countries [Infographic]

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We work with ambitious entrepreneurs from all over the world to help form their Delaware companies for different kinds of business ventures.

When operating a Delaware LLC or corporation internationally, you may find that at some point you will be required to provide your incorporation documents affixed with an Apostille.

The Apostille de la Hague was put in place by the Hague Convention on October 5, 1961; it replaces the need for the legalization of foreign documents. In a nutshell, the Apostille is a means for documents to be recognized in all the countries that are currently a member of the Hague Convention.

We can obtain an Apostille document for any of your Delaware company’s documents on file with the Delaware Secretary of State, such as a Certificate of Good Standing, annual report or a variety of formation documents.

Our Apostille Service is fast and efficient, and we send you both a digital version via email and a hard copy via mail (expedited courier service is available in lieu of mail for an additional fee).

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