Maine Hague apostille
Do you need a Hague apostille for your Maine document? We provide Apostille and Embassy legalization services in the State of Maine and nationwide, for documents intended for international use.
If you are traveling overseas, or sending a Maine document for use in a foreign country, you may be required to have the document apostilled or legalized. Hague apostilles have been adopted internationally as a uniform way of verifying documents sent between countries.
In the State of Maine, as in all U.S. states, an apostille is a separate page attached to the document by a staple covered by a blue foil embossed seal in the upper left corner. It is signed by the Secretary of State (facsimile signature) and has the embossed Seal of the State of Maine.
Maine apostille: $175
Processing time: app. 2 weeks + mail
Please complete the Order Form and mail it with your original document(s) toForeign Documents Express331 Newman Springs Rd., Bldg. 14th Floor, Suite 143Red Bank, NJ 07701
If you are sending your document(s) from a foreign country, please use FedEx, DHL or TNT, and email the tracking number so that we can watch for your package.
No hidden fees.
Our guarantee: If we are unable to get your documents apostilled or legalized, we will issue a 100% refund, we do not keep any service fees.
Maine apostille guidelines:
Acceptable document certifiers for Maine apostilles:
Certified copies of vital records do not have to be recent. According to Maine Secretary of State, birth certificates dating back to 2004 are acceptable for apostilles.
The most common reason for the rejection of a notarized document is due to an error by the notary public - the lack of a date on a notarization is the most common error. Please make certain that all notarizations are dated by the Notary Public.
Divorce judgments must be certified copies issued by state, court or municipal officials.
Diplomas and transcripts must be certified by the school registrar, and his/her signature must be properly notarized by a notary public.
We obtain apostilles for documents originating from all 16 Maine counties: Androscoggin | Aroostook | Cumberland | Franklin | Hancock | Kennebec | Knox | Lincoln | Oxford | Penobscot | Piscataquis | Sagadahoc | Somerset | Waldo | Washington | York