Ever wonder if that document you have needs to be legalized? Well, our first recommendation is to check if you need a “legalized document” and if the answer is yes, our second recommendation is to come to Washington Express Visas! The document legalization process can be confusing and frustrating and we’re here to make that process easier and faster as well. Washington Express Visas will save you time and provide peace of mind by staying in contact with you to let you know the status of any item you have in process with us and will notify you of any issues or delays.
Washington Express Visas provides prompt and reliable document legalization, authentication and certification services. We will have one of our specially trained document legalization agents hand-carry your legal documents to the DC Notary & Authentication office (if required), the State Department Authentication office and then to the appropriate Embassy. We will have your documents processed accurately, quickly and for a price far less than other visa or document services. We also offer same day pick-up and delivery to and from your DC office.
Here is a basic overview of the Document Legalization process:
Washington Express Visas offers same day pick-up and expedited service for your document legalization and authentication needs. We ensure that your documents are processed properly and efficiently, and for an affordable price. Click here to see our rate schedule for prices.
If you are interested in legalizing your document(s), please complete the attached request form and credit card authorization form (if paying by credit card) and send along with your document to Washington Express Visas and Document Legalization.
In order to obtain legalization, we will need the original document. This needs to be a signed-and-notarized or a State-issued Document.
The Legalization processing time at the Embassies varies, but usually takes about 3 – 5 business days.
Documents requiring legalization will be processed through the appropriate Embassy consular office. In order for the document to be recognized by the Embassy, it first needs to be certified by the U.S. State Department. As part of our service, we can take your documents to the U.S. State Department and also advise you on their exact requirements before they will place their seal.