Legalize State Certified Documents for Bolivia

Expedited document legalization service for Bolivia is available for documents that have been certified by local Secretary of State office in all 50 States in the United States. Customers must be aware that any document destined for use in Bolivia must be translated in Spanish. The original document and the Spanish translation must be notarized by local notary public and certified by local Secretary of State to be eligible for Bolivia embassy legalization.

US Legalization help its customers to expedite the authentication from the US Department of State and legalization from Bolivia Embassy in Washington DC.

The original document and the translated copy are considered as two separate documents and you will be charged accordingly.

Fee required First Document Each additional document
Expedited service fee $80.00 $40.00
US Department of State fee $8.00 $8.00
Bolivia Embassy fee $150.00 $150.00
Total $238.00 $198.00
Processing Time 9 business days 9 business days
Request Bolivia Embassy Legalization Now

Read carefully the instruction listed above concerning document requirements, then prepare the following items in an envelope and send it to US Legalization

  • The documents that require Bolivia Embassy Legalization
  • Your basic contact information like telephone, email, name and any special notes.
  • A check or money order payable to “ US Legalization”
  • A prepaid self-addressed return envelope from FedEx, DHL, or USPS with a tracking number
  • Send the package to our Address at:

    Bolivia Legalization
    1615 Bay Head Rd.
    Annapolis MD 21409
    T: (410) 349 - 4900

Examples of Documents

  • Power of Attorney
  • Affidavit
  • Contracts
  • Assignments
  • Shareholder Contribution Schedule
  • Agreement to Form a Corporation
  • Stock Purchase Agreement
  • Agency Agreement
  • Business Letter
  • Letter of Authorization
  • Certificate of Analysis
  • Letter of Resignation
  • Distributor Agreement
  • ISO Certificate
  • Technical Data Sheet
  • letter of Intent
  • Operating Agreement
  • Asset purchase Agreement
  • Articles of Incorporation
  • Certificate of Merger
  • Corporate Resolution
  • Company Bylaws
  • Business License
  • Assignment
  • Restated Certificate of Incorporation
  • Foreign Certificate of Registration
  • Certificate of Formation
  • Corporate Consolidation
  • Termination of foreign Corporation
  • Certificate of Good Standing
  • Statement of Dissolution
  • Certificate of Incumbency
  • Certificate of existence
  • Amendment
  • Birth- Death- Marriage- Divorce