Possibly there is someone here with a more definite/better answer to this, however based on my recent experience...as you suggest - get it done in the US. I don't believe the US Embassy here in Buenos Aires can provide it for you. The US Embassy here, on their website has a contact link. You can send them a message and they've been very good about responding with answers or helpful information.How hard is it to get the FBI background check apostilled? I guess I am a little confused. I have my birth certificate apostilled from the US State of issuance. The FBI Background check, I have a paper and PDF copy, not apostilled. Do I have to get the FBI background check apostilled in the US, via Argentina's embassy in DC?
- I would look into getting it notarized/legalized in the US then take it to be apostilled at the Argentina Embassy in the U.S..
- Then once in hand here you will need to have it translated and the translation legalized. ( I can recommend a translator if you request.)
At that point Immigration here will accept it.
- As far as I can tell the birth certificate is no longer being required. In the Radex system application it was not a required document to be uploaded to the Radex site.