Here you will find instructions on how to get an apostille from the USA, eg from Texas, New York and so on
Documents that you can apostille in the state of Wyoming include: birth, marriage, divorce, and death certificates (and other important records), articles of association, business articles of association, power of attorney, and other business documents and diplomas, transcripts, or other school records.
Documents that you can apostilize in the state of Wisconsin include registry records such as birth, marriage, divorce, and death certificates, business documents such as charters, business statutes, power of attorney, and school records issued by schools or universities in Wisconsin.
Apostille West Virginia
In the state of West Virginia, you can apostillize documents such as: statutes, business statutes, power of attorney, birth certificates, marriages, divorce and death certificates, and other important records, diplomas, transcripts, and other school records.
In Washington state, apostilles are issued by the Division of State Corporations of the Secretary of State in Washington.
Documents submitted to the Washington apostille must meet the following guidelines:
Birth certificates, marriage certificates and death certificates submitted for apostilization of registry records must be certified copies issued by the Secretary of State or a health official. In the case of marriage certificates, certified copies must be issued by district auditors and for divorce decrees they must be issued by an official of a higher court.
In order to apostille school records issued by a college or university, you need certified copies of your documents issued by the school principal or secretary with a school seal.
Apostille Washington DC
Documents that can be apostilized in Washington DC include, but are not limited to: birth, marriage, divorce and death certificates, business articles of association, charters, and school records.
In the state of Virginia, the apostille is issued by the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Virginia in Richmond.
Documents submitted to the apostille in Virginia must meet the following guidelines:
In the case of registry records, you must provide certified copies issued by the Secretary of State or the Secretary of Registry of Virginia in the last 12 months. In the case of marriage documents issued by a district court with a „triple seal“, including the seals of an official and a judge of the district court.
Evidence of death issued by the Ministry of Health in black and white may be submitted to the apostille if the death occurred no later than four weeks after the request for the apostille.
Notarial documents must be stamped, signed and dated by a notary office within the last 12 months and must contain a certificate.
Business documents submitted to the apostille must be issued by the State Corporate Commission within the last 12 months.
Diplomas, transcripts and other school records submitted to the apostille must be notarized and issued by the school authorities.
In the state of Vermont, the apostilles are published by the Office of the Secretary of State of Vermont in Montpelier, Jim Condos.
Documents submitted to the Vermont Apostille must meet the following guidelines:
Birth certificates, marriage and death certificates submitted for apostilization or other registry records must be original certified copies issued by a councilor or city official, the Vermont Department of Health or the Vermont State Records Administrator.
Your documents must be notarized by a valid authorized notary and must contain a notarial stamp, signature and dated notarial act.
In order to apostille school records, such as diplomas or transcripts issued by the University of Vermont, you need notarized copies issued by the school principal or secretary.
In the state of Utah, the apostille is issued by the office of lieutenant governor in Salt Lake City.
Documents submitted to the Utah Apostille must meet the following guidelines:
Registry records, such as birth certificates and death certificates, must be issued by the Registry Department and must be signed by Janice L. Houston or Barry E. Nangle, the current Secretary of State.
Documents submitted to the apostille, marriage licenses or separate status letters must be issued by the district officials where the marriage took place.
In order to apostille a divorce decision, the documents submitted must be issued by a court and signed by a judge or court clerk.
1st Judicial District: Box Elder County, Cache County, Rich County.
2nd Judicial District: Davis County, Morgan County, Weber County.
3rd Judicial District: Salt Lake County, Summit County, Tooele County.
4th Judicial District: Juab District, Millard District, Utah District, Wasatch District.
5th Judicial District: Beaver County, Iron County, Washington County.
6th Judicial District: Garfield District, Kane County, Piute District, Sanpete District, Sevier District, Wayne District.
7th Judicial District: Carbon County, Emery County, Grand County, San Juan County.
8th Judicial District: Daggett County, Duchesne County, Uintah County.
Documents submitted to the apostille with a free sweetening certificate must be issued by the Utah Department of Agriculture.
If you want to apostilize police check-in documents, you must issue them and verify them with the police department.
In order to be accepted, certified copies submitted to apostille business documents must be notarized.
Notarized documents submitted to the apostille must contain the original signatures, a notarial stamp, the date and a notarial declaration indicating the state and region where the document was notarised.
To apostille school documents, such as diplomas, school records, or transcripts issued by Utah universities or high schools, you need notarized copies issued by the school principal, school secretary, or administrator.
In the state of Texas, apostilles are issued by the office of Texas Secretary of State Nadita Berry in the Austin Authentications Unit.
Documents submitted to the apostille must meet the following guidelines:
Birth and death certificates and other registry records can be submitted by submitting certified copies issued by Debro F. Owens or Geraldine R., Secretary of State for Vital Statistics Harris. Certificates issued by the local secretary must not be older than 3 years.
Documents must be notarized by a Texas notary office with a valid commission.
Trademarks, articles of association and other business documents must be issued by the Secretary of State.
In order to apostill school records, you need notarized copies of your documents issued by your school secretary.
In the state of Tennessee, the apostles are published by the office of Tre Hatgett, Secretary of State of Tennessee.
Documents submitted to the apostille must meet the following guidelines:
Documents must be issued or certified by officials of the Secretary of State (Ministry of Health).
Notarized documents must be stamped, signed and dated by a notary, accompanied by a notarial act (otherwise known as a jurat) and certified by an official of the region where the notary is registered.
Certified copies of vital records must be issued by the Office of Vital Records, which bear an increased seal and are signed by Secretary of State Teresa S. Hendricks.
To obtain an apostille for school records issued by universities or schools in Tennessee, you need notarized copies from the school secretary.
A copy of the registry records can be obtained from the Tennessee Department of Health (1st Floor, Central Services Building, 421 5th Avenue, North Nashville, TN 37243, http://health.state.tn.us/vr/Certificate.htm.
Apostille South Dakota
In the state of South Dakota, apostilles can be obtained from the office of Jason M. Grant, Secretary of State of South Dakota at Pierre.
Documents submitted to the apostille in South Dakota must meet the following guidelines:
In order to apostille birth, death and marriage certificates, you need original certified copies issued by the Ministry of Health or the Regional Register of Documents.
To obtain an apostille for company documents, articles of association, statutes or other business documents, they must be notarized by a notary office in South Dakota in good condition and current commission.
Academic documents, such as diplomas and transcripts, must be notarized by the signature of the school secretary.
Notarized documents acceptable to the apostille must include the original public signature of the South Dakota notary, a notarial stamp and a declaration.
Copies of registry records can be obtained from the register of documents from the original district or from the State Ministry of Health (Mobil 605-773-4961)
Because Montserrat, the British overseas territory, is a member of the Hague Convention, all you need to legalize your document so that it can be used in Montserrat is the Apostille.
Each state has a specific agency that issues apostilles. In New York, the apostille is issued by the Secretary of State. In other states such as New Jersey, the apostille is issued by the Treasury Department, Revenue Division. In Florida, the apostille is issued by the Secretary of State.
If your document is of a commercial nature, such as a certificate of origin, a commercial invoice, or a packing slip, you may still need to visit the embassy or consulate to stamp them.
There are many other countries that have abolished the requirement to verify foreign authentic instruments and have begun to adopt an apostille for the international legalization of documents. There is therefore no need to visit the embassy or consulate of Montserrat for their stamp.
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