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Apostille Services

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What is an Apostille?

An apostille is a specialized certificate that authenticates the origin of a public document, such as a birth certificate, marriage certificate, diploma, or legal document, for use in foreign countries. It is used to verify the document's legitimacy and ensures that it will be recognized as valid in countries that are part of the Hague Apostille Convention. The apostille process involves attaching the certificate to the document, with a seal from the government, and is intended to simplify the process of international document recognition.

Trusted Apostille Expertise 

Experience seamless and expert Apostille services with Noted by Tani. Our certified professionals specialize in streamlining the document legalization process, ensuring your documents are authenticated efficiently for international use. Trust us to navigate the complexities of Apostille requirements, providing accurate and reliable solutions for hassle-free document validation.

Efficient and Reliable

We offer a range of options to suit your timeline for Apostille completion.

Our standard processing time of 7-14 days ensures thorough authentication, maintaining accuracy and legality. For urgent needs, our expedited service guarantees Apostille issuance within 2-3 days, accommodating tight deadlines without compromising quality. For the most time-sensitive situations, our same day or next day service guarantees swift document validation, providing you with peace of mind for your critical international transactions.

Documents that require Federal Authentication take a total of 11-12 weeks, they must go to the Federal Government and that is their current processing time.

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Knowledge and Expertise

Noted by Tani stands out with proficient and knowledgeable loan signing agents, backed by a wealth of expertise in the mortgage and real estate industries. Comprehensive training and certification,  brings a deep understanding of loan documents, legal terminology, and notarization requirements to every signing.

Detailed and Organized

Noted by Tani excels in organization and meticulous attention to detail when handling loan signings. With a systematic approach, Tani ensures that all documents are thoroughly reviewed, signatures are accurate, and notary requirements are met without fail. Tani's commitment to precision extends to maintaining an organized workflow, from document preparation to timely submission. Borrowers and partners can trust in Noted by Tani's unwavering dedication to flawless execution, ensuring a seamless and error-free loan signing experience.

Legal Documents

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Noted by Tani plays a pivotal role in the authentication and verification of various legal documents, adding an essential layer of trust and credibility to these papers. Here are some of the common types of legal documents that notaries notarize:

Jurats: A jurat is a notarial act where a signer makes a statement under oath or affirmation. The notary ensures that the signer understands the content and truth of the statement.

Acknowledgement: An acknowledgement is a when the notary verifies the signers identity, willingness to sign, and signature.

Deeds: Real estate deeds, including property transfers and mortgages, often require notarization to validate the authenticity of the signatures.

Wills and Trusts: Notarizing wills and trust documents can provide an additional layer of authenticity, especially when individuals are verifying their identity and intent.

Powers of Attorney: Documents granting someone else the authority to act on your behalf often require notarization to validate their authenticity and the grantor's intent.

Loan Documents: Many loan-related documents, such as promissory notes and mortgage agreements, need notarization to verify the parties' identities and intentions.

Medical Release Forms: In some cases, medical release forms require notarization to confirm that the person signing is giving informed consent for the release of medical information.

Parental Consent Forms: Notarized parental consent forms are often required for minors to travel internationally without their parents or guardians.

Guardianship and Custody Documents: Legal documents related to guardianship and child custody arrangements may need notarization to ensure the parties' understanding and consent.

Business Documents: Incorporation documents, contracts, and other business agreements can be notarized to enhance their legal validity and enforceability.

Disclaimer: I am not an attorney licensed to practice law in any state and may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice.

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