California Apostille Corporate Documents

Do you need a California Apostille for your corporate documents?  We can process documents issued through the California Secretary of State and also corporate documents notarized by a California notary.

Original certified documents signed by the California Secretary of State will include a stamped blue/purple seal on the back of the document (see sample below).  If the color is not blue/purple, you don’t have an original.  You can request an original from the California Secretary of State or we can notarize your printed name and signature on the front of the document.  Notarizing copies of your corporate documents saves you time and money.  Our Los Angeles notary service is complimentary for documents which require an Apostille.

Here is a sample of the blue/purple stamp placed on a certified copy by the California Secretary of State on Corporate Documents:










We can Apostille all corporate documents – even if it’s not the original.   Here is a partial list of documents we can Apostille:

  • Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Incorporation
  • Merger Agreements
  • Authorization letter for Bank, Finance, Office, and related company matters
  • Certificates of Amendment
  • Certificate of Good Standing
  • Power of Attorney
  • Certificate of Incumbency
  • Corporate Resolution
  • Certification of Free Sale
  • Certificate of Origin
  • Corporate Forms
  • Joint Venture Agreements
  • Stock Purchase agreement in foreign companies
  • Business Letter of Invitation
  • Minutes – Organization Meeting
  • By Laws
  • Waiver of Notice

In Los Angeles, our apostille service comes to your home or office to pick up, notarize, and review your documents. We process your documents through the Secretary of State then deliver them back to you with the California Apostille attached (Next business morning).

Our service takes this important, complicated, and time-consuming process off your hands. Our California Apostille service saves you time and money by processing your paperwork promptly and efficiently.

Apostilles can be complicated. Don’t leave this process to untrained employees or non-professionals who do not fully understand the California Apostille process and the unique requirements of certain countries. Your paperwork could be rejected costing you time and money. Don’t let this happen to you!