The Hague Apostille Convention The Hague Apostille Convention

Hague Apostille Country List

Hague Apostille Country List
Over 120 contracted parties and 113 countries are participants in the Apostille Convention (Hague Treaty Convention) including the United States of America. The Apostille Convention is also known as the Apostille Treaty.
Hague Apostille Convention List:
Albania Georgia Oman
Andorra Germany  
Antigua and Barbuda Greece Palau
Argentina Grenada Panama
Armenia Guatemala Paraguay
Australia Guyana Peru
Austria   Philippines
Azerbaijan Honduras Poland
  Hungary Portugal
Bahrain Iceland Romania
Barbados India Russian Federation
Belarus Indonesia  
Belgium Ireland Saint Kitts and Nevis
Belize Israel Saint Lucia
Bolivia Italy Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Bosnia and Herzegovina   Samoa
Botswana Japan San Marino
Brazil Jamaica Sao Tome and Principe
Brunei Darussalam   Saudi Arabia
Bulgaria Kazakhstan Serbia
Burundi Korea, Republic of Seychelles
  Kosovo Singapore
Cape Verde Kyrgyzstan Slovakia
Chile   Slovenia
China, People’s Republic of Latvia South Africa
(Hong Kong & Macao Only) Lesotho Spain
Colombia Liberia Suriname
Cook Islands Liechtenstein Swaziland
Costa Rica Lithuania Sweden
Croatia Luxembourg Switzerland
Czech Republic Malawi Tajikistan
  Malta Tonga
Denmark Marshall Islands Trinidad and Tobago
Dominica Mauritius Tunisia
Dominican Republic Mexico Turkey
  Moldova, Republic of  
Ecuador Monaco Ukraine
El Salvador Mongolia United Kingdom of Great Britain
Estonia Montenegro and Northern Ireland
  Morocco Uruguay
Fiji   Uzbekistan
Finland Namibia  
France Netherlands Vanuatu
  New Zealand Venezuela
North Macedonia, Republic of
US Hague Convention History:

The United States of America has been a party to the Hague Apostille Convention of October 5, 1961 (as a member) since 1980 but it started issuing apostilles for public documents on/after October 15, 1981. An up to date list can be found at The Hague Conference on Private International Law’s website.

How Can you get your Document Notarized Online?

Using a service like BlueNotary if you need to get a document notarized before it is you get a Apostille.  It will save you time and money since you don’t need to find and schedule with an in-person notary. Plus, the BlueNotary platform is secure and simple.

We break down the process into three simple steps.

  1. Enter your email on the front page of bluenotary
  2. Follow the Directions in your Email and upload your Document + ID
  3. Meet the Commissioned Notary and complete your signing

The entire process start to finish can take less than 10 minutes for a Notarization. BlueNotary even makes it easy for foreigners with their biometric identity proofing.

Ready to get a document notarized? Go to BlueNotary to get started.

The Hague Apostille Convention
The Hague Apostille Convention