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Japan is a country member of the Hague Apostille Convention. Japan joined the Hague Apostille Convention on July 27, 1970. Any official document that needs to be presented in Japan requires an Apostille issued by the Secretary of State.
Documents with Apostille do not require any further consular legalization.
What is an Apostille?
Apostille is a French word for certification. It is a certificate issued for the document, so it becomes valid abroad. On October 5, 1961, a number of countries created an easy method to legalize documents for international use. Those countries are referred to as the members of the Hague Apostille Convention. According to the Convention, it is required that any document issued on the territory of one country shall be authenticated in order to be recognized and accepted in another country member of the Hague Convention.
If you’re looking for Japan Apostille services, A-DOCS, INC. is the place to go!
Here are some examples of the US issued documents which require an Apostille to be recognized by the authorities in Japan:
Name Change Certificate;
Judgment of Divorce;
Power of Attorney;
Single Status Affidavit;
Any notarized copy of the US document (true copy);
Business and Corporate Documents.
Please note, that if you need an Apostille on your Vital Records (Birth, Marriage, Death Certificate), the Apostille cannot be obtained for the original document. First, it is required to receive a certified copy of these documents and then put an Apostille on it.
Our company will gladly assist you with the proper preparation of the documents and provide the most efficient and fast Apostille Services.
Attention: We can only assist you with the documents issued in the United States. If your documents were issued in Japan, you would need to contact the authority in that country for further assistance.
Please note, that the US issued documents, and the Apostille itself, also have to be translated.
How to Order an Apostille? It is Easy and Convenient!
We love meeting our customers! Our office is located in Brooklyn, NY at 414 Brighton Beach Ave, Suite 2, Brooklyn, NY 11235.
Obtaining an Apostille can be complicated. Don’t entrust that important process to non-professionals who are not aware of the requirements of certain countries because your documents can be rejected. Don’t let this happen! If you’re looking for Japan Apostille Services, please contact our office today! We guarantee that your documents will be accepted by the authorities in Japan because we know the entire process of how to prepare them in accordance with the established regulations and requirements.
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We provide Apostille services for the New York Tri-State area, statewide, and nationwide.
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