Apostille California Driver License

Do you need an apostille on your California driver license?  If you are planning to drive in another country (Example: South Korea), you will be asked to obtain an apostille on a color copy of your California driver license.

We provide fast same-day California Apostille Services.  Documents received by 2:30pm are processed the same-day and returned the next business morning by FedEx.  We also provide international shipping.

Obtaining an apostille on your driver license is a two-step process.  You can either mail-us your original driver license or meet with a local notary within California.  If you are outside of the United States, we recommend that you mail your original driver license to our office for processing or meet with a notary at the U.S. Consulate or U.S. Embassy.

Note: We can apostille any driver license from any U.S. State.  If you have a driver license issued from a U.S. State other than California, we recommend that you mail your original license to our office in Washington, D.C. for processing. You can find our Washington, D.C. order form by visiting this website: Washington DC Apostille

If you are in California, you can either mail-in your original driver license to our office or meet with a local notary near you.  If you decide to seek notarization from a local notary, It is important that you find a notary who is experienced in order to avoid any delays with the State.  Be sure to make a color copy of your driver license prior to meeting with the notary.A  document called a California Copy Certification by Document Custodian or a Jurat form will be filled out and stapled to the color copy of your driver license by the notary.  Most notaries will have this form on-hand, but if they don’t, you can request these documents from us by email.

Notaries who are members of the National Notary Association can login into their online account and print-out these forms too.

International Apostille Services, Inc. is the leader in document authentication services in the United States.  We can process documents from all 50 U.S. States including documents issued by the U.S. Federal Government.