Colorado Apostille

A document intended for use in a foreign country has to be legalized and various seals and signatures are placed on the document in the process of chain authentication. If the target country has joined the Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents (“The Hague Convention”) the simplified procedure of standard authentication by Apostille certificate/seal is applied. (Apostille is a French word which means a certification). A document bearing an Apostille is valid in all of the Hague countries. United States has been a party to the 1961 Hague Convention since October 15, 1981.

Colorado apostille sample COLORADO APOSTILLES:

    The following documents can be legalized by a Colorado Apostille:

  • Documents notarized by a currently commissioned Colorado Notary Public
  • Certified copies of Birth Certificates, Death Certificates or Marriage Certificates issued by Colorado government offices.
  • Certified copies of Divorce Records issued by Colorado courts
  • Certified copies of corporation documents: Articles of Incorporation, Articles of Amendment, Articles of Merger, Articles of Dissolution, Certificate of Status issued by Colorado Secretary of State.
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