FBI Apostille

Do you need an apostille on your FBI background check?

The very first step is to contact an approved FBI Channeler.  An FBI Channeler will assist you in obtaining your background check quickly saving you time and money.  You can request a digital copy in addition to a hard-copy.  A digital copy can be e-mailed to you in a PDF format.  This type of background check is useful if you are outside of the country or you are in a serious time crunch and don’t want to wait for a hard copy to be mailed to you.

A hard copy is typically printed on special tamper resistant paper.  If you receive your background check by regular mail, you can mail in this document to our Washington DC apostille office.

Regardless on how you receive your background check (digital or hard copy), we can process your document through the U.S. Department of State in four business days.  Documents received before 12pm can be submitted to the U.S. Department of State the following business morning.  Once complete, we will overnight your completed apostille by UPS or FedEx.  If you are outside of the Country, we provide FedEx/UPS international shipping at an additional cost.

Here is a short video that explains the process:

Obtaining an apostille on your FBI background check can be complicated. Don’t leave this process to untrained employees or non-professionals who do not fully understand the 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!

FBI Background Check Apostille

FBI Background Check ApostilleWhether you are moving, starting a new job, adopting, obtaining dual citizenship, or continuing your education in another country, we can help!

At International Apostille Services, Inc., we take the guesswork out of getting an FBI apostille.  The first step is to contact an approved FBI channeler.  An FBI approved channeler will provide you step-by-step instructions including sending you a fingerprint card.  The local police department can assist you in rolling your fingerprints.  Once you have your fingerprints taken, go ahead and send them to the FBI channeler for processing.  In about a week, the FBI channeler will send you your background check.

If you are outside of the country, we recommend that you request a digital copy of your FBI background check.  This will help save time and money because the FBI does not ship these documents outside of the country. Once you receive your background check, go ahead and mail this document to our Washington, D.C. office for processing.  You can also email your FBI background check.

Here is a short video to help explain the process…

Take the guesswork out of getting an FBI apostille, call us at 1-888-810-4054 or our Washington, D.C. office at 202-738-1412.