For certifying official documents from the U.S. government in SD or use in another country, apostille certification may be necessary. Travel Visa Pro provides the means for South Dakotans to get the authentication they need without driving hundreds of miles to the Secretary of State office in Pierre or Washington D.C.
Why to apostille a document in South Dakota
International travelers may find their work visa applications require a document to be submitted to immigration authorities in another country or an embassy or consulate beforehand. While the South Dakota Secretary of State may handle state-issued documents, paperwork sent outside of the United States — for example, a criminal background check from the Federal Bureau of Investigations — may need an apostille from the U.S. Department of State.
Some people see the apostille process as daunting or taking up too much time, which may result in the application being rejected and their trip being delayed. Travel Visa Pro can help manage the process so there may be no unnecessary delays, and travelers can continue abroad without additional stress.
Getting an apostille in SD quickly
South Dakota residents living far from the SD Secretary of State office in Pierre may not wish to travel for hours to apply for the paperwork for a visa application form. Travel Visa Pro’s team of travel experts can apply for an apostille on their behalf, aiming to cut down on the waiting time for mail-in service or commute to the Secretary of State.
Choose Travel Visa Pro for apostille services
TVP staff can handle in-person apostille applications at the SD state capitol, often preventing the need for travelers to send sensitive documents through the mail rather than a trusted service. With more than forty years of experience serving a variety of nationalities, the Travel Visa Pro gets apostilles done professionally.