Certificate of Incumbency Apostille
A Certificate of Incumbency is a document that identifies who is a corporation's officer. A Certificate of Incumbency is a legal document issued by the president or secretary of a corporation. It includes a space for each officer to sign and contains the names and titles of all current officials inside the corporation (for example, president, secretary, and treasurer). This document might also include a list of the company's directors and stockholders.
When you manage a business in the United States, you typically need to make sure that certain workers, such as officers, are able to conduct business for the company in other countries.
This paperwork must be signed and notarized (which I can do for New Jersey documents) before I can handle it. Please make certain that each signature is notarized. Contact me if you have questions about preparing this document prior to the apostille process.