Yemen Embassy legalization authenticated from the Yemen embassy in Washington DC using DC Apostille expedited embassy legalization services.
$100 service fee + $125 embassy fee + $23 government fees = Total $248
Turnaround Time:61 Business Days
DC Apostille offers competitive pricing and discounts for regular high volume customers.
For more information you may contact our customer service department Tel: (410)349-1212
Embassy Legalization Service
DC apostille provides fast document Legalization from the embassy of Yemen in Washington DC for documents issued in the United States and destined for use in Yemen.
Yemen is not a member party to the Hague Apostille Convention and still requires Embassy certification in the United States to acknowledge the authenticity of foreign documents.
U.S. Document Legalization Service
DC apostille can legalize certain types of documents from the embassy of Yemen in Washington DC such as federal documents or public States documents.
Please, pay attention to the requirements of your document to avoid any delays in the legalization process.
If you have any difficulty preparing your document, contact our customer support for free document review on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Examples of documents that we can legalize for use in Yemen
Federal Documents Legalization for Yemen
The document must be issued by one of the federal agencies in the United States and bear the federal stamp/ signature. Examples of US federal agencies are the federal courts, the FDA, the FBI, the USDA, the USPTO, the IRS, the EPA…etc. Documents issued by federal agencies including, but not limited to:-
Yemen Embassy Legalization for federal Documents
State Document Legalization to Yemen
Your document must be notarized by a notary public in the same state that issued the document before you can order our Yemen Embassy Legalization service. You must call us first to confirm your request.
Examples of Public State Documents:
Company issued documents notarized by a notary public
Examples of Commercial Documents
Examples of Personal Documents
- Ensure that your passport is valid.
- Photocopy the first 2 pages.
- Put this notary statement on one copy:
“I, (your name), certify that is a true copy of my passport”.
- Notarize this copy before a notary public.