Utah State Capitol
350 N. State Street, Suite 200
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
To obtain an apostille from the Office of the Lieutenant Governor Salt lake City please review the following Considerations to make sure your documents will be acceptable:
Guidelines for Birth and Death Certificates must be issued by Vital Records Dept. and signed by the State RegistrarJanice L Houston or Barry E Nangle.
Guidelines for Marriage License and Single Status Letter must be issued from the County Clerk Offices where the marriage took place.
Guidelines for Divorce decrees must be issued by the court and signed by the Judge or Court Clerk
List of courts for your referral:
1st Judicial District Box Elder County | Cache County | Rich County
2nd Judicial District Davis County | Morgan County | Weber County
3rd Judicial District Salt Lake County | Summit County | Tooele County
4th Judicial District Juab County | Millard County | Utah County | Wasatch County
5th Judicial District Beaver County | Iron County | Washington County
6th Judicial District Garfield County | Kane County | Piute County | Sanpete County | Sevier County | Wayne County
7th Judicial District Carbon County | Emery County | Grand County | San Juan County
8th Judicial District Daggett County | Duchesne County | Uintah County
Guidelines for Certificates of free sale must be issued by the Utah Department of Agriculture
Guidelines for Police Clearance documents should be issued and notarized the Police department.
Guidelines for Business documents must be notarized at the Dept. of Commerce. Please note that certified copies alone are not acceptable for Apostille.
Guidelines for Notarized documents must have original signatures, stamp, date and a notarial act (notary statement) including the State and county where the document was notarized.
Guidelines for academic records form the University of Utah, Brigham Young University, Utah State University, Weber State University, Utah Valley University and Southern Utah University among others. Please contact your school registrar, principal or administrator and request a copy of your diploma or transcripts notarized.
Documents typically apostilled in Utah are: birth, marriage, divorce and death certificates, articles of incorporation, business bylaws, powers of attorney, diplomas and transcripts.