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Delays expected at Some Embassies and Consulates

Deirdre Davis-Washington, Assistant Vice President of Branch Operations in Washington, DC shares the following news with regards to legalizations:

Please note many Islamic country Embassies will be closed one or more days this week beginning Monday, September 12, 2016 in observance of the Muslim holiday, Eid al Adha. This will cause a delay in the processing time of legalization of documents through these embassies.

If you have any questions about obtaining an apostille, authentication and/or legalization for documents to be used in a specific country, please do not hesitate to contact our Washington, DC office at 202.386.7575 to inquire about the specifics of a particular embassy or consulate.

For assistance in Washington, DC with any Federal Agency or Embassy service or to learn more about any of the above mentioned services, contact our office at dcorders@incserv.com.

The information within this post is intended for general information purposes only. Incserv and its employees cannot offer legal or financial advice. Please consult with your legal counsel for assistance in how this information may or may not affect you and your business prior to making any decisions. The above information (and any attachments) should be judged accordingly.

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