Apostille of Oregon Corporate Documents

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About Oregon apostilles

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The Oregon Secretary of State - Corporations Division issues two types of authentications of public documents: apostilles and certifications. Apostilles are used by countries participating in the Hague Convention. Certifications are used by countries that do not participate.

You can request an apostille with the Oregon Secretary of State in person or by mail. Submit the original notarized or certified document, contact information, and the foreign country in which the apostille will be used, and the state will issue the apostille.

The statutory fee is $10 per authentication.

Oregon, and every other state, only authenticates signatures on documents that have been issued in Oregon. If you have a document, such as Articles of Incorporation, which have been issued in another state, you must contact that Secretary of State.

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When you order your apostille through us, we make the various state filing options available to you including over-the-counter service. Our local representatives can pick up your apostille at the state office.

Do I need a certified copy of the document before I can obtain an apostille?

Oregon requires the original certified or notarized document to issue the apostille. If you do not have this, for an additional fee we can retrieve the document for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

When doing business in many countries abroad, you may be required to obtain an apostille of company documents. An apostille is a type of certification that will be used in countries participating in the Hague Convention. A state will issue an apostille of a notarized signature on a document, and lists the specific country in which the document will be used. Apostilles and certifications can be obtained for public and private documents, including corporate filings, diplomas, degrees, and job applications, marital and adoption documents, and deeds and contracts. Harbor Compliance can obtain an apostille or certification for any corporate document, such as Articles of Incorporation or Articles of Merger.

Which countries accept apostille documents?

For a list of the countries that accept apostilles, please visit the Status Table provided by the Hague Conference on Private International Law.

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Apostille vs. certification

Apostilles are used for those countries that participate in the Hague Convention. For those countries that do not participate, a certification will be used instead of an apostille. Certification often requires additional review by the United States Department of State or by the embassy of the destination country.

How to obtain certified copies

In order to obtain an apostille of a corporate document in most states, you must submit a certified copy of the corporate document. In many states, this occurs in a different division from where apostilles are issued, adding time and confusion to the process. Harbor Compliance makes it easy. We can obtain certified copies fast, so that you can get your Oregon apostille when you need it.

Notarization of documents

Nearly every state requires your documents to be notarized before submitting the apostille application. Pay careful attention to which body has the authority to notarize these documents, as it can take place at the city, county, or state level.

What is the contact information for the state in Oregon?

Oregon Secretary of State - Corporations Division
Phone: 503-986-2200
http://sos.oregon.gov/business/Pages/default.aspx
Email: corporation.division@state.or.us

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