There are many different reasons for American citizens and residents moving to Croatia. These range from finding work and higher education to staying in the country long-term for retirement or business purposes.
While Croatian authorities usually accept official documents issued within the European Union, US-based documents require additional verification to be legally recognized in the country. This is where an apostille comes in to act as an internationally recognized certificate confirming the authenticity and legitimacy of your document. Apostille eliminates the need for further legalization procedures from the Croatian embassy in the United States.
Croatia, like the US, is a Hague Apostille Convention country. Documents apostilled in the US follow this method of international verification, helping Croatian authorities easily recognize their validity.
Croatia is one of the top options for Americans looking to immigrate for retirement or business purposes. Apostille helps you prepare your documents for use in Croatia by attaching an internationally recognized certificate to your documents.
Getting an apostille on your own can be difficult. We help you submit your documents for apostille in the US by answering your questions and reviewing your application for accuracy.
Globeia helps you set up your business in Croatia by getting your permits, licenses, contracts, and certificates of incorporation apostilled from the US. We also offer services tailored specifically for retirees by preparing their medical care records, insurance documents, and financial documents.
Say goodbye to long waiting times by submitting your documents securely from Croatia. We have designed a user-friendly portal to guide you through each part of the process in detail so that you don’t waste your time on confusing paperwork.
Sign up for an account now to easily add your details, get mailing instructions, and pay your fees. You will also be able to know exactly where your documents are and when they'll be ready with our application tracking feature.