Apostille Services in California

We provide 100% secure, in-person & online Apostille processing services. Same day apostille available.

What Is an Apostille?

An apostille is a certificate that authenticates the origin of a document. In order for a document to be apostilled, it must first be notarized by a certified notary public, such as the ones at Mobile American Notary & Apostilles. Once the document has been notarized, it can then be apostilled by the state in which it was notarized. After the apostille certificate is attached, the document will be recognized as valid in any of the countries that are part of The Hague Convention. We stand behind every apostille we issue, providing you with the legal documentation you need.

Book An Apostille Appointment and We'll Come To You!

Why Choose Mobile American Notary & Apostilles

icon 3.png

Mobile - We Come To You

icon 1.png

Same-Day Communication

icon 5.png

BBB Member

icon 6.png

Most Payments Accepted

When Do You Need an Apostille?

If you are planning to use a U.S.-based legal document in another country, that country may require that the document be apostilled before they will accept it. This is especially common with documents such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, and divorce decrees, but it can apply to other types of documents as well. Apostilles are also commonly required for documents being used for international adoption. No matter what you need the apostille for, we can provide prompt and professional service so you receive your certificate quickly.

What Is the Apostille Process?

The first step is to contact a notary public to have your document notarized. Once the document has been notarized, we can create the apostille to accompany the document. The apostille certificate will be attached to your document and then returned to you. From there, you can use the document as normal in any country that is part of The Hague Convention. If you’re ever not sure about the validity of the apostille, or you’re having issues with your documentation while traveling, we’re here to help.

Moving Forward With Your Apostille

Once you have the apostille, it’s important to ensure it remains with the accompanying document as you travel or submit the paperwork to the proper authority. Apostilles are generally valid for a set period of time from the date of issuance, so be sure to check the apostille certificate and verify it will still be valid when you need to use it. If you have any questions, we’ll be more than happy to help. We can issue a new apostille for a previously notarized document, should the apostille certificate expire before you travel.

At Mobile American Notary & Apostilles, we ensure each original document is authentic and verified before it is sent overseas or used in a foreign country. If you have any questions, please contact us right away! Check out the many types of documents we can help with:


  • Diploma and Transcripts – High School and University/College
  • Teaching Certificate
  • Enrollment Verification
  • Graduation Certification
  • Education Credentials
  • Employment Verification
  • Benefits/Income Verification
  • Statements – Bank/Utilities
  • Driver’s License and/or Passport
  • State Police Criminal History
  • FBI Background Record
  • Birth Certificate
  • Marriage Certificate/License
  • Death Certificate
  • Divorce Certificate/Decree
  • Dissolution of Marriage
  • Naturalization Certificate
  • Affidavit of Single Status
  • Power of Attorney
  • Authorization Letter
  • Consent to Travel
  • Estate Documents – Deeds/Wills/Trusts


  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Certification of Formation
  • Certificate of Good Standing
  • Articles of Association/ Organization
  • Certificate of Incumbency
  • Certificate of Origin
  • Certificate of Free Sale
  • Foreign Government Certificate
  • Tax Residency Form 6166
  • ISO Certificate
  • Quality Assurance Certificate
  • Charter Documents
  • Power of Attorney
  • Business Affidavit
  • Board Resolutions
  • Annual Report
  • Meeting Minutes
  • Stock Certificate
  • Bylaws
  • Amendments/Restatements
  • Invoice and/or Purchase Order
  • Sales Agreement
  • Supplier Agreement
  • Product List/Specifications
  • Affidavits

Would you rather mail in your documents? Here are 4 Easy Steps For Your Mail-in Apostille Needs

contact icon 2.jpg

1. Text or Email Us A Picture of The Document(s)

Text 213-933-2507 or email a picture of your document(s) to info@mobileamericannotary.com so we can verify it can be apostilled.

icon 6.png

2. Complete The Questionnaire

contact icon 1.jpg

3. Mail In Your Document(s)

Mail your documents and order confirmation to the address provided. 10718 White Oak Ave, Suite 5, Granada Hills, CA 91344

icon 7.png

4. Receive Document(s) Back

Sit back and relax while we do the work. Usually returned in under 2 weeks.

If you have any questions about apostilles or how we can help you notarize your documents, please don’t hesitate to contact us at Mobile American Notary & Apostilles. We offer efficient notary and apostille services throughout Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Within an hour of your call, we can arrive at any location, including your house, office, studio, law firm, hospital, courthouse, and more.


We needed notary service this afternoon, I contacted Shawn and he was able to come by on such short notice. He got the documents I needed notarized and faxed over right away. I'm completely blown away by his professionalism. Highly recommend his services! Will definitely use him again. Thanks Shawn Rader!

- Iris F.

We've used Shawn twice on last minute needs. He was able to decipher what was needed since it was a foreign document and didn't just sign blindly. Quick and friendly.

- Juna Y.

Shawn was able to come to our house on the weekends which was very helpful. He was prompt, efficient, and courteous. Good price compared to others.

- Tracy C.

Member of

Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, Member of National Rotary Association