Documents Apostilled vs. Legalized Foreign Ministry Argentina Law
Errands we can process at any US Consulate vs. legalization of documents at any US Secretary of State or at a Foreign Ministry.
Here are some common errands we can handle at any US Consulate:
- Applying for a US passport or renewing an existing one.
- Obtaining a Consular Report of Birth Abroad for a child born to US citizen parents outside the United States.
- Obtaining a notary service or certification of a document.
- Obtaining a visa or visa extension for travel to the United States.
- Registering for emergency services with the US Department of State.
- Obtaining assistance in the case of an emergency, such as a lost or stolen passport or an arrest.
- Obtaining a Certificate of Loss of Nationality, if you have renounced your US citizenship.
- Obtaining a Social Security Number (SSN) application or replacement card.
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It’s important to note that some of these services may require an appointment or have specific requirements, so it’s best to check the website of the specific US Consulate you plan to visit for more information.
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