Please follow these guidelines to make sure your Vermont documents are acceptable for apostille services by United States Legalization Service. Once you are sure your documents are ready:1. DOWNLOAD THE ORDER FORM: Click here to download and print the order form.
2. SEND US YOUR DOCUMENTS AND ORDER FORM TO:
* E mail us at email@example.com
3. RECEIVE YOUR VERMONT APOSTILLE:
GUIDELINES TO PREPARE YOUR VERMONT DOCUMENTS FOR AN APOSTILLE
VITAL RECORDS DOCUMENTS ACCEPTABLE FOR APOSTILLE
Vermont Vital Records must be certified copies (birth, marriage and death), and may be obtained only from the custodian of those records. In Vermont, the custodian would be the town or city clerk where the person was born, married or died. Certified copies may also be issued from the VT Department of Health (within the last five years only) and the Vital Records section of the Vermont State Archives and Records Administration. VITAL RECORDS DOCUMENTS NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR APOSTILLE Vermont Vital Records certified copies from unauthorized sources are not suitable for an apostille.
NOTARIZED DOCUMENTS ACCEPTABLE FOR APOSTILLE
Notarized documents by a Vermont commissioned Notary. It must contain the Notary’s expiration date of his/her commission.
* For further details on how to request your Vermont vital records document and expedite your apostille call United States Legalization Service at 0000 000 0000 or e mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org