Marriages between people from different countries are becoming more common. Consider having your dream wedding in the vineyards of Italy, on the beaches of the Caribbean, or in the Swiss Alps. If your destination country is a signatory to the Hague Apostille Convention, you would be required to apostille a single status affidavit. Before leaving the United States, double-check that all paperwork is in order.
To marry in another country, you must provide proof of your legal right to marry, and your paperwork should be apostilled. The Single Status Affidavit certifies that you are not legally married and that you are free to marry under the laws of your destination country.
Because marriage is a legally binding agreement, the Single Status Affidavit should be apostilled in order for the destination country to accept it.
If you are not in the US, the local US Embassy or Consulate office would be able to help you complete a single status and have it signed and notarized. Because you will be visiting a U.S. Federal Government office, this document can only be apostilled through our apostille office in Washington, DC.
Saudi Apostille take the hassle out of getting an apostille for your affidavit of single status. Single status affidavits from all 50 states and the District of Columbia can be apostilled from our (Washington DC) office.