Need an Apostille for an FBI report Check in a foreign country?

We use many clients & recruiting agencies from countries such as South Korea, Italy, Spain and America to acquire an Apostille on the FBI report check after the federal results have been obtained.

We expedite the Apostille process on your federal background check by hand-carrying the document(s) to the United States Department of State where an Apostille is requested personally. We charge a set rate of $150 document (which includes the US Department of State fee) and can submit the document for Apostille to the US Department of State. The processing time is taking several weeks due to COVID 19 related closures of the STATE DEPT. Walk in services. All submissions are handled by mail and the processing time can’t be guaranteed. Please add $150 to need your Apostilled (includes relevant department fees and service charges). We can even arrange for the mailing for the return of your completed document to you!

Background check issued from the local Police, Sheriff, or State office can only just be authenticated from the State of issue.  The Secretary of State doesn’t have the authority to authenticate documents issued from another State. For instance, if your background check is from the State of California, the State of California is the one Declare that can issue the apostille.  Another example is if your background check is from New York, only the State of NY can issue the apostille.

Local Police Station Background Check – If the requesting country is requesting a local Police background check, then all you have to to do is have a letter drafted and notarized by the local police department.  Once your background check is preparing to be picked-up, you will need to contact an area traveling notary to meet the Officer to notarize his/her signature on the document.  The notary will also need to use the correct notarial wording for their state.  Once complete, mail the notarized background check with our order forms to your office for processing.

Local Sheriff’s Department Background Check – If the requesting country is requesting an area Sheriff’s Department background check, then all you have to to do is have a letter drafted and notarized by the neighborhood Sheriff’s department.  Once your background check is ready to be picked-up, you will need to contact a local traveling notary to meet the Deputy to notarize his/her signature on the document.  The notary will also have to use the right notarial wording for the State.  .  Once complete, mail the notarized background talk with our order forms to your office for processing.

Department of Justice Background Check (DOJ) – Office of the Attorney General – Finding a background check from the State’s Department of Justice can be a bit more complicated.  For instance, if you are in California, you’ll need to contact the California Department of Justice (DOJ).  ANY OFFICE of the Attorney General or the neighborhood Police Department of a state provides you step-by-step directions.

FBI report check – The first step in obtaining your FBI report Check is to get hold of an FBI Approved Channeler. An FBI channeler will provide you step-by-step instructions including sending you a fingerprint card. Once you obtain your background check, after that you can be mail-in this document to your Washington DC apostille office for processing.  If you are located beyond the United States and need to acquire your FBI report check, the FBI approved channeler will provide you instructions how to secure a digital copy of your FBI report check. Once you receive the digital copy, you can email it to our office with our FBI apostille services order forms for processing.

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