USACC Stamp Certification

The stamp of the US Arab Chamber of Commerce is required on documents destined for use in Iraq. It cost $35.00 per stamp- processing time within few hours.

A Certificate of Origin (CO) or Commercial Invoice (CI) for use in Iraq, must be certified by local chamber of commerce in the same state where the document was issued and notarize. USACC will not be able to stamp your Certificate of Origin or Commercial Invoice.

Documents require USACC Stamp for Iraq

  • Power of Attorney
  • Affidavit
  • Contracts
  • Assignments
  • Shareholder Contribution Schedule
  • Agreement to Form a Corporation
  • Stock Purchase Agreement
  • Agency Agreement
  • Business Letter
  • Letter of Authorization
  • Certificate of Analysis
  • Letter of Resignation
  • Distributor Agreement
  • ISO Certificate
  • Technical Data Sheet
  • letter of Intent
  • Operating Agreement
  • Asset purchase Agreement
  • Articles of Incorporation
  • Certificate of Merger
  • Corporate Resolution
  • Company Bylaws
  • Business License
  • Assignment
  • Restated Certificate of Incorporation
  • Foreign Certificate of Registration
  • Certificate of Formation
  • Corporate Consolidation
  • Termination of foreign Corporation
  • Certificate of Good Standing
  • Statement of Dissolution
  • Certificate of Incumbency
  • Certificate of existence
  • Amendment
  • Birth- Death- Marriage- Divorce
Request our Expedited Service

Customers must send documents that have been already certified by local Secretary of State office. Failure to do that will result in rejecting the request for Iraq embassy legalization.

  • Documents destined for use in Iraq properly certified by local Secretary of State.
  • Iraq legalization request form, including your basic contact information and the State where the document was issued.
  • A check or money order payable to “ US Arab Chamber of Commerce”
  • A prepaid self-addressed return envelope from FedEx, DHL, or USPS with a tracking numberr
  • Send the package to our Address at:

    Iraq Embassy Legalization
    3521 International Ct. N.W.,
    Washington D.C. 20008, United States
    T: 202 347-5800