Getting an Apostille for Marriage Certificate
How To Get an Apostille for Your Marriage Certificate?
Your marriage certificate is from CO.
Therefore it has to go Colorado Secretary of State for Apostille.
For your adoption, you need 2 apostilled marriage certificates.
You would have to contact the county which issued your marriage certificate and get 4 certified copies all together. 2 of these 4 are for your dossier.
Since they’re issued by the state, they do NOT need to be notarized.
You will send them to the Secretary of State for Apostille.
Their address is:
Colorado Secretary of State
1700 Broadway, Ste. 550
Denver, CO 80290
CO charges $5 per document. Make out check or money order to Colorado Secretary of State.
Please use a pre-paid envelope with a tracking number for the return mail.
You can CO at (303) 894 2200 to double check that no changes took place between the time I put these guidelines for you, and the time you will be sending the documents. Please verify that the address and the fees are the same. Ask them if they have a preferred mail courier for the return mail.
Below, for your convenience is the Cover Letter that CO uses to process apostilles.
What To Do With Birth Certificates?
Good news! Your birth certificates DO NOT need to be apostilled.
They still need to be included in your dossier, just don’t need an apostille. Please include 2 certified originals in each set of your dossier. (Your dossier is in 2 sets).
What About Any Divorce Certificates?
For any divorces, the divorce certificates need to be presented with the adoption dossier. Only photocopies of these divorce certificates/degrees are required. No apostilles. Just copies of each one.