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SERVICE BY FOREIGN CENTRAL AUTHORITY PURSUANT TO MULTILATERAL TREATY OR CONVENTION: (Rule 4(f)(1) F.R.Cv. P.) The United States is a party to two multilateral treaties on service of process, the Hague Service Convention and the Inter-American Service Convention.  Procedures for service under these treaties are summarized below, and explained in greater detail in our web pages about the operation of the conventions.

HAGUE SERVICE CONVENTION: The Hague Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extra-Judicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters (20 U.S.T. 361; 658 U.N.T.S. 163, T.I.A.S. No. 6638; 28 U.S.C.A. (Appendix following Rule 4 FRCvP).  See the Hague Conference on Private International Law web page about the Hague Service Convention.  The form required for transmittal of service requests to the foreign central authority (USM-94) is available from the U.S. Marshals Service web page.  For additional guidance on completing the USM-94 form and transmitting it to the foreign central authority. 

NOTE:  For the current list of countries and dependencies party to the Convention, see the Status Table for the Hague Service Convention on the Hague Conference web page.  The column captioned “EIF” (Entered into Force) reflects when the treaty became valid in that country.  The Hague Conference designates months with Roman Numerals.  It is important to read the reservations (Res), Declarations (D) and Notifications (N) for each country.  The foreign central authorities (Auth) are also listed on the Hague Conference Service Convention page.

INTER-AMERICAN SERVICE CONVENTION: The Inter-American Convention on Letters Rogatory (OAS Treaty Text B-36 and List of Ratifications for OAS Treaty Text B-36), done at Panama January 30, 1975; and Additional Protocol (OAS Treaty Text B-46 and List of Ratifications for OAS Treaty Text B-46) with Annex [regarding service of process] done at Montevideo, Uruguay on May 8, 1979. Senate Treaty Doc. 98-27; 98th Congress; 2d Session.  See the.  Only countries party to both the Convention and the Additional Protocol have a treaty relationship with the United States. See the U.S. Department of State web page.  The Inter-American Service Convention is now in force between the United States and Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, United States, Uruguay, and Venezuela.  For the most up to date information about ratifications and accessions to the Convention and the Additional Protocol, see the OAS web pages. 

SERVICE BY INTERNATIONAL REGISTERED MAIL: (Rule 4(f)(2)(C)(ii) F.R.Cv.P.) registered or certified mail, return receipt requested may be sent to most countries in the world. Rule 4(f)(2)(C) provides that this method of service may be used unless prohibited by the law of the foreign country. (But see discussion below regarding treaty obligation to refrain from this method of service in certain countries.) To ascertain whether such mail service exists in a foreign state, contact your local Post Office to review the International Mail Manual and consult the U.S. Postal Service web page for general information, or contact the Government Printing Office.  For a general discussion of service by international mail see Born & Westin, 125-126; Epstein & Snyder, Sec. 4.04[3] p. 4-14 - 4-18; Ristau, Sec. 3-1-11, p. 70.4 - 70.5 (1995 supp.); and Wright & Miller, Sec. 1074, note 6 at 458; Sec. 1092 at 51, 52; Sec. 1134 at 377 regarding international mail conventions and Sec. 1136 regarding proof of service by mail in a foreign country (1987).

HAGUE SERVICE CONVENTION TREATY OBLIGATION TO REFRAIN FROM SERVICE BY MAIL: American courts have held that formal objections to service by mail made by countries party to a multilateral treaty or convention on service of process at the time of accession or subsequently in accordance with the treaty are honored as a treaty obligation, and litigants should refrain from using such a method of service. See DeJames v. Magnificence Carriers, Inc., 654 F.2d 280 (3d Cir. 1981), [cert. den., 454 U.S. 1085]; Porsche v. Superior Court, [123 Cal. App. 3d 755,] 177 Cal. Rptr. 155 (1981).

Note:  Service by registered mail should not be used in the following countries which notified the treaty repository that it objected to the method described in Article 10(a) (postal channels):

China, PRC
Czech Republic
Russian Federation
San Marino
Slovak Republic
Sri Lanka

These countries have notified the Hague Conference on Private International Law and the Government of the Netherlands (the repository) on accession, ratification or subsequently that they object to service in accordance with Article 10, sub-paragraph a of the Convention, via postal channels. See Memorandum of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (November 6, 1980) at Cumulative Digest of United States Practice in International Law, 1981-1988, Department of State, Office of the Legal Adviser, 1447 (1994) or Ristau, Sec. 3-1-9, p. 70.2 (1995 supp).

For a definitive up to date information about countries objecting to service by mail (Article 10 a), see the status table of the Hague Conference on Private International Law Hague Service Convention web page and review the reservations and declarations for each country.

PERSONAL SERVICE BY AGENT: (Rule 4(f)(2)(C)(i) FRCvP) If personal service is desired in countries which are not party to the Hague Service Convention, the most expeditious method may be to retain the services of a local foreign attorney or process server. Rule 4(f)(2)(C) provides for personal service unless prohibited by the laws of the foreign country.  The attorney (or agent) can execute an affidavit of service at the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate, or before a local foreign notary which can be authenticated, either with an apostille for countries party to the Hague Legalization Convention, or by a U.S. consular officer at a U.S. Embassy abroad.  See our web page guidance and 7 Foreign Affairs Manual Chapter 800.  (See Wright & Miller, Sec. 1136 regarding proof of service. See 22 CFR 22.1 for the Consular Schedule of Fees for notarial and authentication services.  Lists of foreign attorneys are available from the Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs U.S. embassies and consulates abroad. See also our web feature, . It should be noted, however, that this method of service may not be considered valid under the laws of the foreign country. If eventual enforcement of the U.S. judgment in the foreign country is foreseen, this method may not suffice. It may be prudent to consult local foreign counsel early in the process on this point. American process servers and other agents may not be authorized by the laws of the foreign country to effect service abroad, and such action could result in their arrest and/or deportation. See Wright & Miller, Sec. 1135 and 1133 (1987) on the subject of who is authorized to serve process abroad.

SERVICE BY LETTER ROGATORY: (Rule 4(f)(2)(B) F.R.Cv.P; 28 U.S.C. 1696) A letter rogatory, also known as a "letter of request", is a request from a court in the United States to a court in a foreign country requesting international judicial assistance, which is often employed to obtain evidence abroad, but is also utilized in effecting service of process and particularly in those countries which prohibit other methods of service. In some countries service by letters rogatory is the only recognized method of service. Service of a judicial summons, as set forth in Rule 9(c), F.R.Cr. P., may also be effected pursuant to a letter rogatory.  Service of process by judicial authorities in the receiving State pursuant to a letter rogatory from a court in the sending State is based on comity. Procedural requirements vary from country to country. Letters rogatory are a time consuming, cumbersome process and should not be utilized unless there are no other options available.  If the laws of the foreign country permit other methods of service, the use of letters rogatory is not recommended given the habitual time delays of up to a year or more in execution of the requests. (See Casad, Jurisdiction in Civil Actions, 4.06(2) (1983 & Supp. 1986); Horlick, A Practical Guide to Service of United States Process Abroad, 14 Int’l Law. 637, 642 (1980); Born & Westin, 123-125, 133-136; Wright & Miller, Federal Practice & Procedure, Sec. 1134 (1987); and Cumulative Digest of United States Practice in International Law, 1981-1988, Department of State, Office of the Legal Adviser, 1442, 1448 (1994).)

SERVICE BY PUBLICATION: Service by publication may also be a viable option, however, this may not be a valid method of service under the laws of the foreign country. If eventual enforcement of a U.S. judgment in a foreign country is foreseen, it may be prudent to consult local foreign counsel or American foreign legal consultants abroad before proceeding with such a method of service. See Wright & Miller, Sec. 1062 at 222 (1987); Sec. 1074, note 17 at 461-463 (1987); 1092; 1112; 1117-1118 and 1996 pocket part.

WAIVER OF SERVICE: (Rule 4(d) F.R.Cv.P.) Waiver of service may also be a viable option, however, this may not be a valid method of service under the laws of the foreign country. If eventual enforcement of a U.S. judgment in a foreign country is foreseen, it may be prudent to consult local foreign counsel or American foreign legal consultants abroad before proceeding with such a method of service. See Wright & Miller, Sec. 1062 (1987).  Waivers of service may be executed before a U.S. consular official abroad in the form of an acknowledgment or affidavit.

SERVICE OF SUBPOENA: 28 U.S.C. 1783, 28 U.S.C. 1784 and Rule 45 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 28 U.S.C. Appendix provide for service of a subpoena upon a national or resident of the United States in a foreign country.  There are no provisions for service upon non-U.S. nationals or residents. See 22 C.F.R. 92.86 - 92.89. Consult the Directorate of the Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs for further guidance.

FOREIGN SOVEREIGN IMMUNITIES ACT: U.S. embassies abroad will serve a summons, complaint and notice of suit on a foreign government (28 U.S.C. 1608 (a)(4); 22 C.F.R. 93) on instructions from the Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, Office of Policy Review and Inter-Agency Liaison.  Similarly, letters rogatory requesting service of process on an agency or instrumentality of a foreign government pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1608(b)(3)(A) must be transmitted to the Department of State, Office of Policy Review and Inter-Agency Liaison.  See Sec. 1608 of the Act for the specific hierarchical service provisions.

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What is a Private Process Server?
A Private Process Server is professional legal courier who delivers court related documents or the service of process for Attorneys, law firms, individuals, corporations or organizations based upon the directives of the Lawyer or of the court in the area in which the case is being held.

Are there rules and laws that Process Servers follow?
Yes, Of course! Each state in American has it own rules and laws as to how service of process, the delivery and service of legal documents are "Served" upon witnesses and defendants. Moreover, most process servers are familiar with the laws of the county or state where they serve process. In addition, each state has a process servers association. Joining an association would also allow you to have access to a code of ethics and  a great source for new and changing laws.

Why do you need a Private Process Server?
Private Process servers know the laws, statutes and regulations related to service of process in their area. There are certain requirements and few constraints that are associated with service of process depending on document type and jurisdiction.
What is a Private Process Server Agency?
Process Server agencies offer a wide range of legal support services, mainly to Law firms. Most of the services offered by a Process Server are as follows: Background Checks, Court Filings, Document Filing / Retrieval, Evictions; Three-day Notices and Five-Day notices, Filing and serving a Petition for Divorce, Private Investigation Services, Process Server Services, Public Records Search, Records Retrieval, Skip Tracing, Subpoena Service and Servers, Summons Servers, Citation Servers, Federal District Summons Servers, Federal District Subpoena Servers, Surveillance, Mobile Notary, database records research, postal records information.

Does a Private Process Server need to be licensed?
A process server does not need to be licensed in every state.

What is a Proof of Service or Affidavit of Service?
A Proof of Service or an Affidavit of Service is a formal sworn statement that your Process Server will provide after service is made and will state who, when, where and how your legal documents were served.

What is a Subpoena?
An order of a court which requires a person to be present at a certain time and place. There are legal consequences and possible penalties for those who do not comply with a Subpoena. A Subpoena is the most widely utilized tool used by lawyers to ensure that witnesses present themselves at a given place, date and time to make them available to offer evident and to testify.

What is a Subpoena Duces Tecum?
A Subpoena Duces Tecum is a demand to produce records at a certain time and place. There are legal consequences and possible penalties for those who do not comply with a Subpoena Duces Decum. A Subpoena Duces Tecum is the most popular legal command and assists with due process and court proceedings.

What is substituted service of process?
If a party appears to be avoiding service of court documents, a request may be made with the court to, instead of personal service (i.e. giving the document directly to the person), that the document be published in a local newspaper, served on a person believed to reside with the person, posted to a front door and then mailed or mailed to a last known address.

What is a Summons?
A summons is a legal court issued document or writ directing the sheriff or other officer to notify a person that an action has been commenced against that individual or entity and that he or she is required to appear, on a certain day, and answer the complaint in such action.

What is legal Service of Process?
Service of Process is when legal documents like, summons, complaints, subpoenas, order to show cause, writs, demands and other court documents are delivered to the individual  or business to whom the legal document is directed.
What does a Private Process Server do?
A Private Process Server delivers (or serves) legal documents such as, but not limited to, summons, subpoenas, complaints and other court documents to a defendant, witness or an entity involved in a court case or legal proceeding. The process server must serve the documents in accordance with the legislation in the area of service. This may mean handing the documents to the defendant personally or sub-serving to someone in the same household or business.

Do I need a Process Server?
YES. Hiring a Legal Process Server is an important step in proceeding with a court case or mediation. In some states someone who performs service of process is required by law to be licensed, so if you are in one of these states, the answer is simply, definitely! Even if a process server does not need to be licensed in the state where you need service, you should keep in mind that a process server is someone who is experienced in serving legal documents efficiently and in accordance with standard ethics and laws. More importantly, professional process servers are knowledgeable of the legislation surrounding service of process in their jurisdiction, state, county or country. If the service is not performed in accordance with the law, improper service can hinder the case from going forward, or result in the dismissal of the case. Improper service also delays obtaining crucial evidence, which can cause injunctions, and increase in court fees and additional attorney fees.

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United States legal procedure requires that each party in a case should be notified if actions are taken against them in a court of law. Process serving is an important aspect of the Due Process of Law. Process serving laws and rules of civil procedure are different from state to state, and country to country.

Where can Defendants and Witnesses be Served Process?
This depends on which state, jurisdiction or country the papers are being served in or are coming from. This is also an important reason why you need a experienced Private Process Server. In most places, you can serve anyone, anywhere and at anytime provided no laws are violated.
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Hiring a Legal Process Server is an important step in proceeding with a court case. Process servers have the skills and experience to serve your legal documents in timely and affordable manner, and more importantly serve them in accordance with the local, state, federal and Hague convention process serving laws. There are several requirements and constraints associated with the rules of service of process. In some states you cannot serve on Sundays or holidays. Some places do not allow papers to be served on a person traveling to court or legal proceedings. It is also very important to note, that legal papers cannot be served by someone who is involved in the case or legal proceeding, also known as a “disinterested party.” If a service of process transaction is not handled in accordance with applicable state, jurisdictional, Hague Convention and or federal rules, the questionable service may impede the lawsuit from moving forward, or result in the delay of the case, cause additional fees and or dismissal of a service or entire case.

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Judicial Courthouse, Messenger and Courier Services:
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Florida Registered Agent Services:
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Nationwide Process Server Services
We provide national Private Process and Delivery Services to all addresses and to any person or business the United States. We are your one stop processing agency for all your court process serving and legal document delivery needs. Some of our most popular websites are:
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There are no refunds for services after we receipt of paperwork. All services are prepaid only.

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