Fastest Texas Apostille Courier
1st Apostille $85.00*plus State Fee
Austin's Pro Courier Service has over 30 years of experience processing documents at the Texas Secretary of State
The Texas Secretary of State is currently closed to the public but they have set up a system so couriers can still process Apostilles on a Same Day basis. Call for details.
Best Price-FASTEST SERVICE-Austin Owned!!
IN BY 1 P.M. - OUT THAT SAME DAY!!**
**YOU MUST EMAIL US THE TRACKING NUMBER WHEN YOU SHIP US YOUR JOB TO QUALIFY FOR ONE DAY SERVICE**
DISCOUNTED PRICES FOR ADDITIONAL APOSTILLES
Rush Texas Apostille Service and Texas Authentication Certificates and NOW US Department of State Apostille/Authentication in Washington D.C.!!--Fastest Turnaround Available.
Please note the Texas Secretary of State only issues Apostilles for documents originating from Texas based government agencies, courts and Texas notaries.
Before shipping us your documents please send us a scan of the notarization and we will gladly give it a quick review to look for common notarial mistakes. One way we try to save our clients time and money!
Pro Courier Service is located in Austin, TX, We offer the fastest Texas Apostille Service in Austin.
If you need your certificate ASAP and don't have the time to wait the 3-4 weeks for the SOS to mail it to you, we can take your paperwork directly to The Secretary of State for you. We will handle the walk through process for you, present the proper paperwork and wait for your Apostille. Upon completion of this process we can then Overnight the Apostille to you via FedEx, UPS or USPS.
All of this happening in a one day process for Texas documents.
TEXAS SECRETARY OF STATE SAMPLE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT PAGE
TEXAS SECRETARY OF STATE NOTARY VERIFICATION PAGE
HAGUE CONVENTION COUNTRIES
RATES BELOW ARE FOR THE STATE OF TEXAS ONLY....FOR UNITED STATES DEPT OF STATE/SEC OF STATE CALL FOR PRICING AND TURNAROUND TIME. STARTING AT $195.00 + RETURN SHIPPING AND GOV FEES PER DOC.
Rates & Information
Texas Apostille Service
Texas Apostille Service Fee
Each Apostille - $85.00
Texas Sec of State Fee
Each Apostille - $15.00
Texas documents processed same-day if Pro Courier receives your document(s) by 1 p.m., M-F**
**CALL 512-443-6886 for pricing for documents needing Apostilles and Authentications in Washington D.C.
Shipping Address for Texas Documents * This is not a walk up location. For local pickup in Austin please call 512-443-6886, additional charges apply for local pickup and delivery:
PRO COURIER SERVICE
5308 Fort Mason Dr
Austin TX 78745
Please send "no signature required"
Customer must pay for return of certificates (FedEx, UPS, USPS, LoneStar and DHL)
* We do not ship via DHL. For DHL return shipments you must set up a DHL pickup at our office for 5:30pm.
We offer the following options at an additional charge
FedEx Standard Overnight $45.00 or USPS Priority Mail(2-day) $12.50
We return documents on your shipping account at no additional charge
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CURRENTLY ALL EXPRESS SHIPPING COMPANIES ARE EXPERIENCING DELAYS DUE TO THE COVID19 SLOWDOWN. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DELAY RELATED TO SHIPPING, INCOMING TO US OR RETURNED FROM US.
**DOCUMENTS ARE RETURNED AFTER ALL FEES ARE PAID IN FULL**
*All items must be Notarized or Certified by a governmental Agency before you ship them to Pro Courier*
The State of Texas has strict guidelines for the authentication (Apostille/Certificate) of documents. Please consult with the Secretary of State of Texas before submitting documents to Pro Courier Service.
**Please note, if your document(s) is rejected by the Secretary of State for certification for any reason, Pro Courier fees are non-refundable. Later trips for corrected documents are charged at the original rate.**
1. What is an Apostille?
An Apostille is a form of certification set out in the 1961 Hague Convention, to which the United States became a subscriber in 1981. It is a form of numbered fields, which allows the data to be understood by the receiving country regardless of the official language of the issuing country.
2. What does an Apostille do?
The object of the Apostille is to "abolish the requirement of diplomatic or consular legalization for foreign public documents". The completed Apostille certifies the authenticity of the signature, the capacity in which the person signing the document has acted, and identifies the seal/stamp which the document bears.
3. Who issues Apostilles?
The Secretary of State of Texas may issue an Apostille on documents issued by persons on file with this agency, including county clerks, notaries public, statewide officials. Recently issued birth/death certificates issued by local registrars must have been issued within the past three (3) years in order for the Secretary of State to issue an Apostille. The competent authority for issuance of Apostilles on documents issued by the federal government are the clerks of the federal courts.
4. What kind of documents do I need an Apostille for?
The Apostille may be obtained to transmit public documents executed in one subscribing country to another subscribing country wherein the documents need to be produced. The Hague Convention defines 'public documents' as:
1. those originating in a court, clerk of a court, public prosecutor or process server,
2. administrative documents,
3. notarial acts,
4. official certificates placed on documents
These types of 'public documents' would include birth/death certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, school transcripts and diplomas/degrees, among others.
I found Pro Courier Service online when I learned that the Houston Consulate had rejected a vital document form that I had submitted for authentication. I had to start the entire process all over again, with less than a month to go before my current visa ran out. Duane arranged a courier in Dallas to get a new set of original documents, got them authenticated in Austin, and had them overnighted to the visa agency within 36 hours of my initial phone conversation with him...He responded promptly and professionally to all my communications and immediately anticipated a problem that would have caused my documents to be rejected a second time.
Robert M. (overseas)