A FBI background check is a check done by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to make sure that an individual does not have a criminal record. An apostille is an international certification of a document's authenticity. It is typically used for documents that will be used in countries that are members of the Apostille Convention.
There are many reasons why you might need to apostille a FBI background check. For example, you might need it for a new job, to adopt a child, or to apply for a visa. You have a few options. You can go through the Secretary of State or you can use a private company. An apostille can be placed on a document that has been notarized by a notary public licensed in the United States. Documents that can be apostilled include: birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, divorce decrees, powers of attorney, school transcripts, diplomas, business licenses, and articles of incorporation.
In order to get an apostille for a FBI background check in North Dakota, you must first submit a request to the FBI. Once the FBI has processed your request, you will then need to submit a request to the North Dakota Secretary of State. The North Dakota Secretary of State will then issue an apostille for your FBI background check.
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