The U.S. Coast Guard was one of the earliest governmental organizations and has operated since the 1790’s. With its unique abilities, the Coast Guard has served in all of our countries wars and conflicts and even operated abroad.
Have you retired from the U.S. Coast Guard and need an apostille, or authentication seal, on your retirement statement or monthly income (RASOMI) letter? Are you thinking of retiring in another country or acquiring a permanent VISA, and are wanting to get apostille services? Well, first, from Atlanta Apostille: thank you for your service, and we would be more than happy to assist you with your U.S. apostille services.
Please note that all documents signed by the U.S. Coast Guard can be processed in our Washington, D.C. office and do not require notarization. All you need is to contact the Retiree and Annuitant Services department, and they can provide you with a signed and gold sealed letter.
As Georgia’s international document certification specialists, we obtain apostilles, U.S. State Department certifications, and embassy legalizations on documents for foreign use. Located in Atlanta, we have the fastest turnaround times for all your apostille needs, including same-day service.
For any assistance in notarizing and certifying documentations to be used overseas for those residing in the United States, our staff is available to answer your questions and provide you with step-by-step assistance. We are in the office every day, Monday to Sunday, from 8 AM to 11 PM EST. Do not hesitate to call us at 404-323-4211, or e-mail email@example.com.
Obtaining a federal apostille can be time-consuming, confusing, and a complete disaster if left into the hands of untrained non-professionals or employees. Make sure you are trusting your Department of State apostille certification to those who fully understand the apostille process, as well as all of the certifications and unique requirements of each and every country. Don’t waste another second of your time and contact our friendly staff at Atlanta Apostille today.