You want to get married in Vegas, but of course, you also want your marriage to be recognized in your home country.
In order to legalize a wedding, some countries require a certificate called apostille. We can take care of that for you.
Obtaining an Apostille can be a complicated process, especially when you don’t speak english or don’t know all of the steps involved. Each single error you could make would delay the processing of your documents for days, even weeks. Instead of wasting your time and money, we can handle your marriage certificate apostille, take care of the entire process and send your documents directly to your address. Then, you’ll just have to finish the process required by your home country.
If your country requires an apostille, we can execute the process on your behalf.
Before your ceremony
Getting your license in Las Vegas is the first step you will have to take before getting married. Without this license, your marriage wouldn’t be official, that’s why it’s so important to take care of this before your ceremony.
Don’t know the process to get your license? No worries, we got you covered! We will explain you how to file online your request, and where to go to get it when you’re in Vegas. As of today, the fee to get your license is $77, you’ll be asked to pay by cash or card at the marriage license bureau directly.
getting your apostille
Of course, if you prefer, you can get your apostille yourself from your home country. First, you will need to order your marriage certificate online and wait to receive it at your address. Then, you will have to get your apostille through the Nevada Secretary of States : to do so, you will have to mail them the proper form, include your marriage certificate, and provide a prepaid enveloppe for them to send you back your documents. Getting your apostille yourself may take between 2 and 3 months, if you don’t do any mistake. If you do, you’ll have to start over again!
A lot of countries require an apostille to legalize a marriage that was celebrated in the USA. The countries below are part of the 1961 Hague Treaty Convention and typically require this document.
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