Moving to Norway, whether for work, family, or adventure, can be exciting. But if you need to use official U.S. documents in Norway, you'll need them apostilled first. This can seem complicated, but Globeia can help you get it done quickly and easily.
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Globeia streamlines the U.S. apostille process for Norway, minimizing delays and getting your documents back to you promptly. You will receive regular updates from us so that you are not kept in the dark about the status of your documents.
The process required to send your documents to us is simple as our online portal provides clear instructions on getting started. This is backed by the Globeia Customer Support team’s prompt responses and expertise to help you submit your request with ease.
While birth certificates, marriage certificates, and educational diplomas are commonly apostilled documents for individuals moving to Norway, other personal and corporate documentation may also require apostillation depending on your specific circumstances.
For example, apostilled adoption decrees or related documents issued in the U.S. are required when planning to adopt a child in Norway or finalizing an existing international adoption. Translated medical reports or other health-related documents from the U.S. also require apostille certification for specific medical procedures or disability benefits applications in Norway. Lastly, power of attorney documents issued in the U.S. cannot be sued in Norway without an apostille.
Our U.S. apostille service makes verifying your documents a breeze, whether they need an apostille from the United States Department of State or one of the 50 State Authentication services.
Vital records, such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, and death certificates, are commonly required documents for various official purposes in Norway. They need to be apostilled by the relevant authority in the U.S. state where the document was issued before they are recognized as valid in Norway.
Each U.S. state has a designated authority responsible for issuing apostilles for vital records. You can usually find information about the responsible agency and application procedures on the official website of your state government or the Secretary of State's office.
Alternatively, you can let Globeia’s experts do the legwork and determine the right authority that will accept your apostille request. We will get the authenticity of the signature on your vital records documents authenticated without you having to communicate with multiple government offices.