Indiana Apostille

The Hoosier State

Issuing Authority

Secretary of State

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  1. Bullet Indianapolis


  1. Bullet NONE (FREE)

Turnaround time

  1. Bullet1-2 business days
    for mail orders

  2. Bulletover the counter
    for walk-in requests


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  1. Examples of documents which can be apostilled in the State of Florida:

  2. Bullet corporate documents such as company bylaws and articles of incorporation

  3. Bullet power of attorney

  4. Bullet diplomas

  5. Bullet transcripts

  6. Bullet letters relating to degrees

  7. Bullet marital status

  8. Bullet references and job certifications

  9. Bullet home studies; deeds of assignments

  10. Bullet distributorship agreements

  11. Bullet papers for adoption purposes

Apostille certificates are issued by a state government only for documents which have been signed by a government official or a Notary Public of that same state.

An original signature and seal/stamp of a Indiana State Notary Public or records custodian MUST be applied to the document to be apostilled.

If the document is a vital records document (birth or death certificate) you must contact the State Department of Health and request a certified copy of that document. Then submit the document to the Secretary of State.

County issued vital records cannot be apostilled.

If the document is a court issued document (marriage license or divorce decree), you must obtain a certified copy from the Circuit Court clerk in the county in which the document was recorded. After obtaining such document, please forward it to the Secretary of State.

All information on this page is derived from official sources.

Last update: 9/29/2008