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Santa Ana Apostille

Posted in Santa Ana Apostille

santa ana apostille serviceSanta Ana is the second most populous city in Orange County, California, and with a population of 324,528 at the 2010 census, Santa Ana is the 57th-most populous city in the United States. Santa Ana lends its name to the Santa Ana Freeway (I-5), which runs through the city. It also shares its name with the nearby Santa Ana Mountains, and the Santa Ana winds, which have historically fueled seasonal wildfires throughout Southern California.

What type of documents require apostille? Normally, birth certificate, marriage certificate, death certificate, degree, diploma, transcripts, articles of incorporation, statement of information, power of attorney need apostille for international use. If you need an apostille in a rush, go here.


New Mexico Counties

Posted in Bernalillo Apostille, Catron Apostille, Lincoln Apostille, Santa Fe Apostille

New Mexico Counties – Populated Places in 33 Counties

De Baca
Doña Ana
Los Alamos
Rio Arriba
San Juan
San Miguel
Santa Fe

Orange County Apostille

Posted in apostille services orange county, orange county apostille

Orange County is a county in the U.S. state of California. Its county seat is Santa Ana. It is the sixth most populous county in the United States as of 2009 while at the same time is also the smallest area-wise county in Southern California, being roughly half the size of the next smallest county, Ventura.

Apostille, a-po-steel, is a document that is staple to the documents that will be use outside of the United States. Often, documents that get apostille are birth certificate, marriage certificate, death certificate, power of attorney, free sale, federal documents, states documents, degrees, diplomas, trancripts, corporate documents etc.

 Cities in Orange County:

Aliso Viejo | Anaheim | Brea | Buena Park | Costa Mesa | Cypress | Dana Point | Fountain Valley | Fullerton | Garden Grove | Huntington Beach | Irvine | Laguna Beach | Laguna Hills | Laguna Niguel | Laguna Woods | La Habra | Lake Forest | La Palma | Los Alamitos | Mission Viejo | Newport Beach | Orange | Placentia | Rancho Santa Margarita | San Clemente | San Juan Capistrano | Santa Ana | Seal Beach | Stanton | Tustin | Villa Park | Westminster | Yorba Linda

Inland Empire | Riverside Apostille

Posted in Apostille Inland Empire, Inland Empire Apostille

The Inland Empire (I.E.), colloquially known as the IE, is an urban or metropolitan area – depending on definition used – centered around the cities of Riverside and San Bernardino in Southern California. As a metropolitan area it is the third largest in the state of California; while as an urban area, it is the fifth largest in the state.

What is an apostille?
An apostille is a special seal applied to documents. Apostilles are available in countries, which signed the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization of Foreign Public Documents, popularly known as The Hague Convention.

What are apostilles normally used for?
The following documents may need to be apostille for use in the target country: vital records (birth certificate, marriage certificate, death certificate), power of attorney, free sale, degrees, FBI background check, FDA, corporate documents, state documents etc.

Seattle, Washington

Posted in Seattle, Seattle Apostille, Washington

Seattle is a flourishing metropolis — driven by a diverse and resilient economy, strong entrepreneurial spirit and historically vital business sectors. Downtown Seattle is easily walkable and waiting to be explored. Shopping, dining, arts and visitor attractions are within steps of hotels and inns. Seattle’s economy is driven by a mix of older industrial companies, and “new economy” Internet and technology companies, service, design and clean technology companies. The Port of Seattle is a major economic engine.

Power of Attorney

Posted in China Apostille, Power of Attorney

A power of attorney (POA) or letter of attorney in common law systems or mandate in civil law systems is an authorization to act on someone else’s behalf in a legal or business matter. The person named in a power of attorney to act on your behalf is commonly referred to as your “agent” or “attorney-in-fact.” With a valid power of attorney, your agent can take any action permitted in the document. Often your agent must present the actual document to invoke the power. For example, if another person is acting on your behalf to sell an automobile, the motor vehicles department generally will require that the power of attorney be presented before your agent’s authority to sign the title will be honored.

3Types of Power of Attorney:

Durable Power of Attorney

  • Durable General Power of Attorney for Property & Finances (Immediate)
  • Springing Durable Power of Attorney for Property & Finances (Upon Disability or Incompetence) 
  • General Power of Attorney for Property & Finances by Husband and Wife
  •  Durable Limited (Special) Power of Attorney 

Non-Durable Power of Attorney 

  • Nondurable General Power of Attorney for Property & Finances
  • Nondurable Limited Power of Attorney  
  • Nondurable Power of Attorney for Physical and Health Care of Minor Child ( Both Parents or Sole Custodial Parent )

Limited (Special) Power of Attorney

  • Durable Limited Power of Attorney
  •  Nondurable Limited Power of Attorney  
  • Power of Attorney for the General Care of Children (Both Parents or One Parent – broad powers)  
  • Power of Attorney for Physical and Health Care of Minor Child ( Both Parents or Sole Custodial Parent )  
  • Power of Attorney for Sale of Motor Vehicle (car, automobile, vessel)  
  • Power of Attorney for Finances and Taxes  
  • Power of Attorney for Sale / Buy Real Property  
  • Military Special Power of Attorney  
  • Military Power of Attorney for the Care of Child  
  • Limited (Specific or Special) Power of Attorney (many types)