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Apostille Texas Services can help you with an apostille Texas death certificate. A death certificate is the official document that records the date of death, age at the time of death, occupation, final residence and crucially the cause of death. There is also the name and relationship to the person who notifies the authorities of death.
Apostilled death certificates are needed in Texas when settling the estates of deceased citizens in foreign countries. In order for the death certificate to qualify in Texas, it must be issued by the County Clerk’s office. It is crucial that the certificate is issued by the County Clerk and NOT the Health Services Department.
It is very important to contact the correct County Clerk office for help if you don’t have a certified copy of the death certificate. You can also order the Death Certificate online by visiting http://www.vitalchek.com
If the certified death certificate is signed by the County Clerk’s Office, please mail-in the original certified death certificate to our office.
So Follow These 4 Steps to Have A Death Certificate Apostilled
Step 1 Attain Your Texas Death Certificate
you request and attain from the county clerk’s office in the Texas county of where the person died an original or certified copy (it can not be a notarized copy) death certificate or death verification letter issued from Texas Vital Statistics
Step 2 Mail Us The Texas Death Certificate
You, the county clerk’s office, or Texas Vital Statistics mails your death certificate, death verification letter directly to us
Step 3 We File The Texas Death Certificate
Once we receive the death certificate or death verification letter, we will rush to apostille or authenticate your documents at the Texas Secretary of State in Austin, TX
Step 4 We Return Your Apostille Texas Death Certificate
Once we have obtained your apostille or authentication certificate, we’ll mail all your documents back to you or we can mail them anywhere in the world that you want us to send them
Please Contact Us with any questions you may have. We’ve help many people with death certificates and have the knowledge to help expedite the process.