Do you need to apostille your FBI background check?
Are you planning to start a new job? Are you thinking of obtaining dual citizenship in Italy or Spain?
There are many reasons why you would be asked to apostille your FBI background check. The most common reasons are:
- Traveling / VISA
- Dual Citizenship
- Marriage / Wedding
- Studying Abroad
- Purchasing Property
- and more!
If you have not already obtained your FBI background check, the first step is to contact an approved FBI Channeler. For a list of recommended Channelers, please contact our Washington DC Apostille office.
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 our office with our 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.
Processing time: 4 business days (Estimated)
Cost: As low as $75 for each apostille.
Office Hours: 8am – 7pm Monday – Saturday
Customer Support: 1-800-903-2470
We also recommend that you download the following forms:
Schedule of State of U.S. Federal Fees (PDF Format)
Schedule of Embassy and Consulate Fees (PDF Format)
State Jurisdiction Forms (PDF Format)
Translation Request Form (PDF Format)
Here is an example of an FBI criminal background check…
Obtaining an apostille 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!