Do you need to apostille your diploma and FBI background check for South Korea?
Are you planning to do the following:
- Move to South Korea
- Starting a new job in South Korea
- Getting married in South Korea
- Continuing education in South Korea
Whether you’re moving, starting a new job, getting-married, or continuing your education in South Korea, you will be asked to obtain an apostille on your documents. We can process documents originating from the U.S. and for South Korea.
From our experience authenticating thousands of documents for South Korea, the most common documents we process are:
- FBI Background Checks
- Diplomas and Transcripts
We will discuss each document separately below and will provide you the simple steps you will need to take before you can mail in your documents to our office for processing. Please note that we have nine offices throughout the United States and each office can process specific documents. For example, an FBI background check is processed through our Washington DC Apostille office.
FBI Apostille for South Korea – The Government of South Korea will request for you to obtain an apostille on your FBI background check. If you have not already obtained your FBI background check, the first step is to contact an approved FBI Channeler to assist you in obtaining your FBI background check. If you have received your FBI background check in a digital format (PDF copy) from the FBI Channeler or FBI, go ahead and email it to us with the completed order form and payment (see below). If you have received your FBI background by regular mail (Hard copy), go ahead and mail it to our Washington DC office with our order forms (see below). We can process a digital PDF copy or a hard copy. It’s your choice.
Download Forms: FBI Apostille Order Forms
Diplomas and Transcripts Apostille for South Korea – If you attended a school (High School, College, University, Trade School, etc..) in the United States and plan to work or continue your education in South Korea, the requesting country will ask that your records be authenticated (signed and notarized) by the School’s Registrar. Once notarized, it can then be mailed in tour office with our order forms for processing.
We can apostille diplomas and transcripts signed and notarized in all 50 states and the District of Columbia (Washington DC).
Obtaining an apostille for South Korea can be complicated. Don’t leave this process to untrained employees or non-professionals who do not fully understand the apostille process and the unique requirements of certain countries. Your paperwork could be rejected costing you time and money. Don’t let this happen to you!
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.