The Global Process Server (est. 1988) has done fast and friendly legal work for law firms and attorneys in all 50 states, United States government agencies at all levels (local, state, and federal), and international businesses from every continent. Serving legal documents for all case types anywhere nationwide requires the best — our global process service team can guarantee immediate process service to any place in the United States.
International process service to all 195 nations is initiated immediately based on the options available in the country receiving service. The Global Process Server can serve your legal documents directly at the defendant’s address as soon as possible, or by Hague Service Convention, Letters Rogatory, or Inter-American Treaty depending on the destination.
Venezuela Process Service to Any Region Nationwide
We have spent the last three decades mastering how to deliver all legal papers to every place in the world. Now we can guarantee same-day delivery of legal documents to most United States addresses — Venezuela is one of our most visited places for process service assignments since we opened in 1988.
We understand local and state regulations in Venezuela and will help ensure you get an enforceable judgment as soon as possible without ever breaking the law during your assignment. Even if your defendant is missing and you are not sure where to serve your papers, we can help you. Contact our Venezuela process service experts for more information today.
We Serve Legal Documents to All Cities in Venezuela
Didn’t see what you’re looking for? See for yourself why United States government agencies, law firms, attorneys, and more trust us with every serve. We can reach any address in any county in Venezuela in three days. Contact our Venezuela process service specialists for more information about how we can help you serve any document today. We have already completed serves in every area below; your defendant could be next.
Process Service Methods for Venezuela
Formal service is available: Venezuela enforces Hague Service Convention process service regulations. The Global Process Server has been practicing Hague Convention process service since 1988. We do the due diligence to ensure your documents are transmitted to the proper foreign authority without errors to create the fastest result possible. Contact us for more information about how we serve your legal papers in Venezuela.
Informal service is also available: Most countries, like Venezuela, allow the direct delivery of legal papers at the defendant’s home or business address. This is essentially the same procedure that occurs in the United States, but local laws may vary (creating delays in some cases). Our Venezuela process service team includes off-duty police officers and government officials that can expedite your assignment in certain cases. In the event that political events or corruption lead to delays in your assignment, we cover the additional costs. Our process servers in Venezuela are ready to serve your papers as soon as possible — process service assignments to Venezuela take about 28-42 days (possibly fewer) on average.
Letters Rogatory (IACAP): The Inter-American Convention on Letters Rogatory and Additional Protocol (IACAP) have replaced the traditional Letters Rogatory process in several South and Central American countries. Venezuela is one of them.
Letters Rogatory can also be used to obtain evidence or serve pleadings in foreign jurisdictions that may or may not be Hague Service Convention member-states. They are a request from a judge/court in the United States to an international central authority or entity requesting assistance with service of process in the receiving nation. This is a reliable method, but delays often lead to the process taking up to one year to complete. We recommend Letters Rogatory for nations without a treaty in force, or if you are serving a subpoena internationally.
Pricing for Process Service to Venezuela
International Rush Delivery: Contact us for price details.
Inter-American Letters Rogatory (IACAP): $1,475.00 (+ Embassy Fee of $2,275.00)
On-site Status Request from the Foreign Ministry: $350.00 per visit
Translations: $0.38 per word (proper nouns not translated)
Notary: May not be available in all countries. Contact us below for more information.
Copies: Local rates apply. Contact us below for more information.
Special Messenger: Fed Ex, DHL, etc. (costs incurred)