Monument Visa Service is a family owned company that Apostilles hundreds of FBI Background Checks every year. We work with many clients and companies from around the world to obtain an Apostille on the FBI Background Check. We expedite the Apostille process by hand-carrying every document to the US Department of State where an Apostille is requested in person. We can obtain an Apostille within 3 business days from the day of submission to the Department of State. The FBI will either email you your background check in a PDF format or will mail your Background Check to your home. If you receive your Background Check by email, you can simply forward it to us by email for processing. If you receive your Background Check by mail, you will need to mail this document to our office for processing. We charge a flat fee of $55.00 per document, this includes domestic USPS first class return shipping with tracking. Faster domestic and international shipping is available. Please see the ORDER FORM for details. Other companies will charge upwards of $195.00 per document. We are a family-run business and believe in charging a fair and affordable rate for our services.
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**FBI CRC Certified Translations into Spanish now available: $40.00 (1 page no criminal history).. w/ multi page criminal history please contact our office for a quote. If you will need the translation apostilled that would be an additional $55.00.
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To place an order for an FBI Background Check Apostille we will need the following:
The US Department of State is only open for ONE hour every morning(8am-9am eastern) for walk-in service. Orders received by 6am Eastern will be submitted the same day. State Department processing is 4 business days. The Department of State does not accept photocopies or scans of FBI background checks. Must be the mailed original or emailed digital copy(pdf) that comes directly from the FBI or FBI Channeler.
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If you are planning on living, working, adopting, getting married, or traveling to a foreign country, you may be asked to provide an Apostille