Are you looking into dual citizenship in Cuba or planning an island wedding on the beautiful beaches of Cuba, like Playa Paraiso or Santa Lucia? Either way, documentation for international use, such as a birth certificate, FBI background check, certified divorce decrees, or single status affidavits, will need a Cuba Embassy certification, legalization, and attestation service. You may be wondering, “Where can I get my birth certificate apostilled?” Look no further than Atlanta Apostille! Our trained staff would be happy to help you get apostille services done in a seamless and easy way that skips all the lines, hassles, and additional fees.
Cuba is not currently a member of the Hague Apostille Convention, which simply means that documents for this country require multiple steps for certification. A couple of things to note: all documents processed for Cuba will need to have a certified Spanish apostille translation by a member of the American Translator’s association, or someone certified by a similar group, who will need to attest to the translation, sign it, and have a notary public notarize the signature.
For any assistance in getting documents apostilled, or 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Obtaining an apostille can be time-consuming, confusing, and a complete disaster if left into the hands of untrained non-professionals or employees. So to ensure every chance of success, make sure you are trusting your important documentation to those who fully understand the Apostille process, as well as all the certifications and unique requirements of each and every country.