The only single-source provider for document legalization,
apostille and visa processing services
why Choose Us
Four Steps To Document Legalization
Step 1 - Contact Us
Every country and document type requires a unique process. Call or email one of our document legalization experts to explain the details needed for your situation. We will give you instructions for submitting your documents along with a detailed price quote and time estimate.
Step 3 - Fast Submission of your Documents
Based in D.C., we will have one of our specially trained document legalization agents hand-carry your legal documents to the DC Notary & Authentication office (if required), the State Department Authentication office and then to the appropriate Embassy.
Step 2 - Thorough Review of your Documents
We will prepare your documents for processing, which may include notarization, translation, certified copies, and embassy requirements. Our experience and expertise ensures you avoid common document mistakes that can easily cause processing delays of weeks or months.
Step 4 - Sit Back and Relax
We handle all aspects of the document authentication and legalization process for you, so you can rest easy. We provide fast turnaround of your international documents and include live tracking of your items at any time on our website, providing you peace of mind and certainty.
Washington Express Visas & Documents is the nation’s only single-source provider of international document processing including document authentication, apostille and visa processing services. Our document legalization experts specialize in expedited processing of your international documents at all Washington DC Embassies and federal agencies. With same day local pick-up and submission, along with our partnership with all 50 Secretary of State offices, we can process documents originating in any state to be processed at the federal level. Your business can’t afford costly and timely delays. Choose the experts.
Contact us today to speak with one of our visa, passport, document legalization or translations specialists.
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