State of Alabama Apostille Service.
Do you need an apostille for a document issued in Alabama? We are here to help you.
Depending on your particular situation, you may apostille a photocopy of your document or an original document.
The Alabama Secretary of State in Montgomery issues apostilles to public and private documents bearing the:
Signature and embossed raised seal of Catherine Molchan Donald, or the current Alabama State Registrar and director of Center for health Statistics.
Signature of a Probate Judge.
Signature of a Circuit Clerk.
Signature and seal of an Alabama public notary in good standing.
If your document bears the signature of Dorothy S Harshbarger it will not be acceptable for apostille.
Each individual document that has been notarized must have a Notary County Certification issued by the County Clerk Recorder.
Apostille and Exemplified duplicates of vital records can be requested with certain limitations by: person named on the document, mother or father, husband or wife, children or siblings. If you need a new copy please contact the Alabama Department of Public Health: Alabama Vital Records P.O. Box 5625 Montgomery, Alabama 36103 (334) 206-5418 www.adph.org/vitalrecords/
Marriage and divorce record are public documents and can be request by anyone.