Do you need Afghanistan Document Legalization services? Do you need your documents processed through the Afghanistan Embassy or Consulate office in the U.S.?
At USA Apostille, Inc., we take the guesswork out of legalizing your documents for the country of Afghanistan. Our trained and knowledgeable staff are available Monday-Saturday from 9am to 6pm to answer your questions and provide you easy to follow step-by-step instructions.
Afghanistan is not a member of the Hague Apostille Convention (Convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents). Documents originating from the U.S. and destined for Afghanistan requires several steps to complete. These steps are necessary in order for the country of Afghanistan to accept your documents.
Here is an illustration to help explain the legalization process:
Office Hours: Monday – Saturday 9am – 6pm
Customer Support: 1-800-850-3441
We can certify the following documents for Afghanistan…
- Birth Certificates
- Marriage Certificates
- Death Certificates
- Divorce Decree
- Single Status
- Background Checks (FBI, Police)
- Power of Attorney
- FBI Background Checks
- U.S. Food and Drug Admin (FDA)
- U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA)
- IRS (Form 6166)
- Social Security Administration (SSA)
- US Federal Court – District Court (DOJ)
- Petition for Name Change
- Certificate of Naturalization
- Driver License
- Authorization Letter
- Travel Consent Letter
- Articles of Incorporation
- Certificate of Good Standing
- Certificate of Free Sale
- Certificate of Origin
- Commercial Invoice
- Certificate to Foreign Government
- Patent and Trademark (USPTO)
- Veterans Affairs (VA)
- Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Please Note: We can help you with documents originating from or notarized within the United States and for another country. If your documents originated from Afghanistan (Example: Birth, marriage, death, divorce, etc..), you will need to contact the correct competent authority to assist you in that country. Some documents created in Afghanistan will need to be signed and notarized in the U.S. and returned back to Afghanistan (Example: Power of attorney for Afghanistan).
Legalizing documents for Afghanistan can be complicated and time-consuming. Don’t leave this process to untrained employees or non-professionals who do not fully understand the legalization process and the unique requirements of this country. Your paperwork could be rejected costing you time and money. Don’t let this happen to you!
What US State are your documents from?
Our staff is available Monday-Saturday from 9am to 6pm to answer your questions and provide you easy to follow-step-by-step instructions. Please call us at 1-800-850-3441.