In order for us to process your IRS Form 1099s, you must have the document signed and notarized. You can either meet with your local Notary Public and have your signature notarized or you can ask your accountant to have his/her signature notarized. It is always best to verify with the country requesting the Apostille as to whose signature they prefer be notarized.
Please Note - each IRS Form 1099 must be notarized separately. Therefore, if you have multiple IRS Form 1099s from different individuals or businesses, you will have to have each IRS Form 1099 notarized and Apostilled separately.
Once we receive your notarized documents, in order to minimize errors and processing time, we will verify that all documents received from notaries before submitting them to be Apostilled. We will contact you as soon as possible if any errors are encountered and we will instruct you on how they need to be corrected.
Obtaining an Apostille can be a complicated process and should not be left to someone who does not understand all of the steps involved. Untrained persons that do not understand all of the requirements for legalization in each country are more likely to make errors, which will severely delay the Apostille process and cost you more money.