How to apostille a document issued in Montana?
If your document is issued in the state of Montana and will be used abroad, an Apostille is required. The Apostille may be affixed to documents bearing the official signature and seal of a currently commissioned Montana notary public or the current Montana State Registrar.
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In Montana, your original document should be signed and stamped by a local notary public if it’s non-recordable, or certified by the public official (the county/court clerk or registrar) if it’s recordable. Then the Apostille is processed by the Montana Secretary of State’s Office.
What documents can be apostilled in Montana?
Any public, private, or corporate documents issued in Montana can be apostilled. These documents include, but not limited to:
State or Local Background Checks
Petition for Name Change
Copy of Driver’s License
Copy of Passport
Single Status Affidavit
Affidavit of One and the Same
Power of Attorney
Diplomas and Transcripts
Proof of Income
Employment Verification Letter
Articles of Incorporation/Articles of Organization
Company’s Annual Report/Statement of Information
Good Standing Certificate
Corporate Stock Ledger
Contracts and Agreements
How to obtain vital records in Montana?
To get an apostille for vital records, including birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates for events that occurred within the state of Montana, you must first order a certified copy of the vital record. The fastest and easiest way is to order it online at VitalCheck, which is authorized by the government to provide vital records for individuals in America.
What if my documents are federally issued?
Federal documents (like FBI Background Checks, Certificate of Naturalization, and Trademarks) are not authenticated at the state level. In this case, the service you’ll need is the Apostille of the U.S. Department of State.
Special guidelines for documents in Montana
Montana will not certify improperly notarized documents. Notaries should be advised that they must complete full and complete, statutorily appropriate notarial blocks for all documents they notarize.
We can only apostille or authenticate certified copies of official records issued in Montana within the last five years. If you have an older copy of an official record, you will have to obtain a new certified copy.
What’s the apostille process, and what should I provide?
2. Mail your documents to our office for processing.
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