Apostilization of documents can be a difficult process. In most cases, you will need to obtain an original, certified copy of your vital record. Once obtained, the original document will have to be submitted to the issuing office of authentications, such as the Secretary of State or the U.S State Department if it is a federal document such as an Immigration document or FBI Report. The biggest challenge in the apostille process is the unique document and Massachusetts Secretary of State or State Department requirements one must meet before the document is valid for apostille. This is why we offer a free document review process that will ensure your documents meet all the requirements necessary for Apostille or Legalization.