Do you need to apostille a certified copy of your documents from the National Archives and Records Administration?
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the nation’s record keeper with offices throughout the United States.
Most of our clients obtain their certified copies from the National Archives in New York. Common documents we receive from this office is Naturalization Records and Passenger Arrival Records.
In order to apostille your documents, you will need to request a certified copy with the red ribbon and gold seal. Once certified, this document can be mailed in to our Washington DC apostille office so we can obtain the apostille from the US Department of State in Washington DC.
Office Hours: 8am – 7pm Monday – Saturday
Customer Support: 1-888-810-4054
Download our order forms:
Washington DC Apostille Order Form (PDF Format)
Washington DC Apostille Credit Card Authorization Form (PDF Format)
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 a document certified by the National Archives:
The most common certified documents we receive from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA):
- Petition for Naturalization / Naturalization Records
- Court Records
- Passenger Arrival Records
- Declaration of Intention
- Certificate of Arrival
- Oath of Allegiance
- Civil War Records
- Military Service Records
- Federal Court Records Older than 15 Years
- and more!
Obtaining an apostille on a National Archives document (Red ribbon and gold seal) 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!