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Saudi Embassy Document Legalization

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Saudi Arabia

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the largest state in Western Asia by land area, constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula, and the second-largest in the Arab world, after Algeria. It is bordered by Jordan, and Iraq on the north and northeast, Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates on the east, Oman on the southeast, and Yemen on the south. Saudi Arabia’s overall economic freedom remains deficient in other areas. Saudi nationals or citizens of the Gulf Cooperation Council and corporations pay a 2.5 percent religious tax mandated by Islamic law rather than traditional income or corporate taxes. Overall tax revenue is less than 6 percent of GDP. Government spending has risen to a level equivalent to 45.7 percent of total domestic output. Large oil revenues have kept the budget in surplus and public debt at less than 10 percent of GDP.

Saudi Document Legalization

Saudi Arabia is not a member to the hague convention. Documents such as Articles of Incorporation, power of attorney, corporate documents, notarized documents, vital records, school documents and personal documents must go through a chain of authentication.


Power of Attorney Apostille San Francisco

Posted in Power of Attorney Apostille San Francisco

A power of attorney is a document that allows you to appoint a person or organization to handle your affairs while you’re unavailable or unable to do so. The person or organization you appoint is referred to as an “Attorney-in-Fact” or “Agent.”

Different types of power attorney
General Power of Attorney – authorizes your Agent to act on your behalf in a variety of different situations.

Special Power of Attorney – authorizes your Agent to act on your behalf in specific situations only.

Health Care Power of Attorney – allows you to appoint someone to make health care decisions for you if you’re incapacitated.

“Durable” Power of Attorney -The general, special and health care powers of attorney can all be made “durable” by adding certain text to the document. This means that the document will remain in effect or take effect if you become mentally incompetent.

Revocation of Power of Attorney – allows you to revoke a power of attorney document.

Apostille is a certificate attach to documents for use outside of the United States. San Francisco does not have offices that issues apostille. The closest office that issue apostille is located in Sacramento CA.

What type of documents get apostille? Generally, birth certificate, marriage certificate, vital records, court records, diploma, power of attorney, corporate documents, personal documents, notarized documents etc.

Eureka and Apostille

Posted in Apostille Service In Eureka

Eureka is the located in Humboldt County. It’s located north of San Francisco and near the Pacific Ocean in California. Eureka’s Pacific coastal location on Humboldt Bay adjacent to abundant Redwood forests provided a rich environment for the birth of this 19th century seaport town. The Greater Eureka area has a population of over 40,000 and minimally includes the neighborhoods of Bayview, Cutten, Myrtletown, Humboldt Hill, and Pine Hill. The Greater Eureka area makes up the largest urban area on the Pacific Coast between San Francisco and Portland.

What is an Apostille? An apostille or legalization is generally necessary for documents which leave the United States. Documents that require apostille are birth certificate, vital records, power of attorney, corporate documents and degrees.

Legalized by Iraqi Consulate

Posted in Legalized by Iraqi Consulate

Iraq is not a member to the apostille countries. Iraq legalization must go through a series of steps before documents can be legalize for use in Iraq. Common documents that go through embassy legalization are vital records, power of attorney, corporate documents, federal documents, personal documents, notarized documents etc.