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What You Will Need for General Notarizations


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When a document is to be used in a foreign country, it may be necessary to have it Legalized or Authenticated by a Consulate or Embassy. This process is necessary for countries that are not members of the Hague/Apostille Convention. Documents are typically Legalized by the Consulate or Embassy of the country where your document will be submitted. Legalization(spelled Legalisation in some countries)consists of a series of authentications starting with the Notarization of your document(s) and ending with the Embassy or Consulate’s validation of your document(s). HAGUEAPOSTILLE.US makes the Legalization process for international documents easy and convenient.


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When do I need notary?

A notary is required to independently witness and authenticate legal documents and transactions, in particular when they need to be submitted to authorities overseas.

Notarisation confirms the authenticity of signed documents, ensuring that they are fully compliant with the requirements in the relevant jurisdiction.
The certification by a notary can also be needed to confirm the authenticity of copied documents, such as passports or utility bills.


Drafting Services

As well as notarising and certifying existing documents, we can prepare documents for you from scratch, including powers of attorney, company resolutions and statutory declarations.


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Consulates and Embassies

We are also very familiar with the procedures used at the different embassies and have an excellent set of contacts within the various consulates in London. We know their different requirements, prices and turnaround times. As with apostilles, our notaries can arrange consular legalisation for you or advise you on how to do this yourself.

If you are unsure about whether or not you need any documents legalised, whether or not you will require an apostille, or for a consultation or a quote, get in touch with us by email at, or give us a call on 504-684-4499.

It’s a good idea to send us a copy of any documents you need legalised along with your enquiry so we can give you an accurate quote.

Legalization Faq

What you need to know about Legalization Process

Legalization process

A single missed step or blunder in the Legalization process can be detrimental to your deadline and bottom line. Countless individuals get rejected daily due to incomplete or improper Legalization processing. Additionally, most of our customers dread the idea of running around to multiple government agencies, fighting for parking or riding on public transportation, going through metal detectors, waiting in long lines, buying money orders, dealing with bad attitudes, etc…

Which Documents Require Legalization?

This is between you and the receiving entity. Some examples of documents submitted for authentications are:

  • Birth & Death Certificates
  • Power of Attorneys
  • Articles of Incorporation
  • Corporate Documents
  • Agreements
  • Divorce Records
  • Passport Copies
  • Immigration Documents
  • Name Change Forms
How do I begin?

The process is easy.  First we meet to complete the notarization of your documents.  Please print and complete the Legalisation Request form HERE.  Then, once all your documents are ready to be authenticated, I will manage the process.  Your completed paperwork will be sent to you directly from the Secretary of State.

Apostille vs. Legalization

Legalization is the official process of document authentication granted by international governments. Presently, more than 200 countries accept foreign documents certified by apostille. However, there are certain restrictions regarding its acceptance. Some countries still reserve the right to deny the acceptance of apostillized documents, issued by other countries, which are also parties to the Convention. For example, documents apostillized in Albania, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Mongolia and the Dominican Republic are not recognized by Germany, Belgium, Greece and Spain, in spite of all these States having signed the international agreement. In cases such as this, and in case the documents are intended to be presented in a country, which is not a party of the Apostille Convention, a chain, multi – step embassy or consular legalization of documents is required to be done by a foreign authorities in order to be recognized.

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    Short notice, last minute and emergency notarization's welcome! No job is too big or too small! Mobile Notary Public services.

    Every signer must demonstrate a willingness to sign the documents without coercion. He/she must also be aware of what they are signing and understand the significance of the transaction. Documents cannot be notarized if there is any cognitive impairment.


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    Short notice, last minute and emergency notarization's welcome! No job is too big or too small! Mobile Notary Public services.

    Areas we cover

    Parish Notary is happy to visit you anywhere that is convenient for you. We serve all of the following areas throughout the Greater New Orleans Area.

    Orleans Parish

    • Central Business District
    • Uptown
    • Lakeview
    • Algiers

    Jefferson Parish

    • Metairie
    • Kenner
    • River Ridge
    • Harvey
    • Marrero
    • Gretna

    St. Bernard Parish

    • Chalmette
    • Meraux
    • Poydras
    • Arabi
    • Violet

    St. Tammany Parish

    • Slidell
    • Lacombe
    • Mandeville
    • Covington

    St. John Parish

    • Laplace
    • Gramercy
    • Luling

    St. Charles Parish

    • Destrehan

    Every signer must demonstrate a willingness to sign the documents without coercion. He/she must also be aware of what they are signing and understand the significance of the transaction. Documents cannot be notarized if there is any cognitive impairment.

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    Powers of Attorney


    Statutory Declarations

    Copy Passports

    Copy Documents

    Written Statements

    Application Forms

    Mortgage Documents

    Property Purchases

    Adoption Documents

    Certificates of Law

    Company Documents

    Powers of Attorney


    Statutory Declarations

    Good Standing Certificates

    Certificates of Law

    Certificates of Incorporation

    Written Statements

    Trademark Assignments

    Application Forms

    Ship Mortgages

    Share Pledges

    Property Purchases

    Loan Agreements

    Bills of Sale

    Maritime Bills of Sale

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    What You Will Need for General Notarizations?

    Every signer must show valid (not expired) photo identification. All identification must contain a photo, a physical description, a signature and a serial number. California recognizes the following types of identification if issued within the last 5 years:

    Driver License

    State Issued ID Card (Senior ID, Under 18 ID, CA ID)

    U.S. Passport

    U.S. Military ID Card

    Mexican or Canadian Driver License

    Foreign Passport