Sunday, November 18, 2012

California Articles of Incorporation Apostille

If you have formed a corporation in California and need your California Articles of Incorporation Apostilled, you will need to have the original or a copy stamped by the California Secretary of State.

In order to know if your Articles of Incorporation is eligible for a California Apostille, just look at the back of the document.  If you see a purple seal signed by the Secretary of State, your document qualifies for an Apostille.

Here is a list of corporate documents we can obtain a California Apostille for:
Corporate Documents, such as:
  • Articles/Certificate of Incorporation
  • Merger Agreements
  • Certificates of Amendment
  • Bylaws
  • Corporate Board Resolution(s)
  • Distribution Agreement,Agency etc.
  • General Power of Attorney
  • Appointment of Distributor
  • Authorization of Agent
  • Deeds of Assignment
  • Patents and Patent Applications
  • Trademark Applications
  • Certificate of Good Standing
  • Certificate of Free Sale
  • Price List
  • Financial Statements
  • Certificate of Origin
  • Certificate of Assignment
  • Certificate of Analysis
  • Certificate to Foreign Government
  • Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product
  • Food and Drug (FDA) Administration Documents
Some documents may require notarization.  If you are thinking of hiring our California Apostille service,

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