Saudi Arabia is not a member of the Hague Apostille Convention of 1961, and documents cannot be apostilled for Saudi Arabia from an agency. Any official documents tagged for Saudi Arabia will need a certificate from the secretary of state.
Religious travel and business relations can be tagged as the primary reasons for Saudi Arabia. In such a situation, businesses need to get their legal documents issued in the United States or any other country valid to be used in Saudi Arabia.
However, legalizing documents for Saudi Arabia will require additional steps before the papers can be presented to the respective Saudi Arabian embassy or the Consulate office.
Most countries who are not members of the Hague Apostille Convention will request certified State documents to be approved by the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., before being presented to the Embassy or Consulate for legalization.
While submitting the documents to the Embassy or Consulate, you could be asked for further verifications and additional copies to prove your case and this can vary based on the embassy.
We also offer a service for translations if you need the legal documents translated by a certified professional.
Note: We can assist you with documents issued inside the United States only. However, if your document origin is Saudi Arabia, you must contact the proper authorities to help you in Saudi Arabia.