Saudi Embassy, visa, and apostille

This site is provided by the US Arab Chamber of Commerce (USACC) in Washington D.C. to facilitate the apostille and authentication of documents from all state and US department Of State.
The chamber is a registered agent that is authorized by the Saudi Embassy.
The US Arab Chamber of Commerce has an excellent working relationship with the Embassy of Saudi Arabia, and stays up to date on the latest rules and regulations in regards to document apostille.



On the 8th of December 2022, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia deposited its instrument of accession to the Apostille Convention. (convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Documents).

Corporate Documents signed and notraized

This includes all business documents certified by local secretary of State in all 50 States such as: Power of Attorney, Assignment, Agency agreement, Affidavit, CO, CI and notarized true copy of International Standards Organization (ISO) certificate. All documents must be certified from the local Secretary of State Office in the same State that issued the document before you send us your package.

  1. Every company document must be signed and notarized.
  2. The document must be certified from the Secretary of the State . (Not required for FDA or Federal).
  3. The document stamped by the US Arab Chamber of Commerce

USACC has streamlined this process by offering a comprehensive service open to the public.

To use this service do the following:

  • Sign and notarize the document, then certify it from the Secretary of State. (Not required for FDA or Federal)
  • Mail the document with the form to:

    U.S. Arab Chamber of Commerce at:
    1330 New Hampshire Ave. B1
    Washington DC 20036

The US Arab Chamber of Commerce will do the following:

  1. Sign and notarize the document, then certify it from your Secretary of State.
  2. Stamp the documentby the US Arab Chamber of Commerce
Service requested TotalFee
Service fee $35 Per document
Maryland notary, court and state fees $15 Per document
U.S. arab chamber stamp fee $35 Per document
Total $85 Per document


Commercial invoices and certificates of origin for shipping products

This includes the Certificate of Origin, Commercial Invoice,Packing lists, and Certificate of Conformity(COC). These certificates must be signed by a company officer, notarized by the local notary public, and certified by the local Secretary of State office in the same state where the notary is licensed.

  1. C/O and C/I document must be signed and notarized.
  2. C/O and C/I must be certified by Chamber of Commerce.

USACC has streamlined this process by offering a comprehensive service

To use this service do the following:

  • Sign and notarize the document(s)
  • Mail the document with the form to:

    U.S. Arab Chamber of Commerce at:
    1330 New Hampshire Ave. B1
    Washington DC 20036

The US Arab Chamber of Commerce will do the following:

  1. Stamp your documents from the US Arab Chamber of Commerce.
  2. Sign and notarize the document, then certify it from the Secretary of State.
Service requested Total Fee
Service fee $35
Maryland notary, court and state fees $15
U.S. arab chamber stamp fee $35
Total $85


Federal documents

(FBI Reports,Certificate of Naturalization, Petition for Name Change, Certificate of Free Sale, etc.). An authentication of documents issued by any federal agency has to be done by the US Department of State in Washington D.C. This includes all original documents issued by a federal agency such as FDA documents, USPTO trademark and assignment documents, USDA documents, Homeland Security Documents and EPA issued documents.

USACC has streamlined this process by offering a comprehensive service

Service requested TotalFee
Service fee $37
U.S. department of state fee $20
U.S. arab chamber stamp fee $35
Total $92

Disclaimer: This website is presented by US Arab Chamber of Commerce to facilitate apostille and authentication of documents intended for use in Saudi Arabia. US Arab Chamber of Commerce is not affiliated with the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Washington DC.