Alaska Apostille

Please follow these guidelines to make sure that your Alaska documents will be accepted for apostille services by Documents International, LLC. 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:

  • Documents International, LLC
    2002 Timberloch Place, Ste 200
    The Woodlands, TX 77380 USA
    Tel. 210-305-4980

*E mail us at service@apostilla.com

3. RECEIVE YOUR ALASKA APOSTILLE:

We will return your document Apostilled by the required Alaska Government authority via courier.


 

GUIDELINES TO PREPARE YOUR ALASKA DOCUMENTS FOR AN APOSTILLE

BIRTH, MARRIAGE AND DEATH CERTIFICATES ACCEPTABLE FOR APOSTILLE

Alaska Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates should be Official Certified Copies of Vital Records with official signatures. (The official signatures on your documents must be originals, not photocopies).

Certified copies of vital records can be ordered online at http://www.hss.state.ak.us/dph/bvs/

* For further details on how to request your Alaska vital records document and expedite your apostille contact Documents International, LLC at 1 866 2994379 or e mail us at service@apostilla.com

ALASKA COURT DOCUMENTS ACCEPTABLE FOR APOSTILLE

All Court documents should be Official Certified Copies or properly notarized by Court officials.

NOTARIZED DOCUMENTS ACCEPTABLE FOR APOSTILLE

Documents must be notarized by a commissioned Alaskan Notary. The Notarizations must meet statutory requirements: The Principal’s signature on a statement or on a document that otherwise obligates the Principal in some manner (the Principal is the person whose signature is notarized).; a notarial certificate; the notary’s signature; the expiration date of the notary’s commission; an imprint of the notary’s seal that is reproducible if photocopies or faxed (embossed seals must be shaded over with pencil or ink to comply with Alaska law). Notarized documents must contain all of these elements. Improperly notarized documents cannot be authenticated in Alaska.

The notarial certificate is wording that states the details of the notarization. It usually appears on the document following the Principal’s signature although it can be on a separate piece of paper attached to the document. no specific wording is required by Alaska law, but the law requires a notarial certificate on all notarizations. The following sample is provided to help you figure out if your document contains a notarial certificate.

WHAT IF MY DOCUMENTS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR AN ALASKA APOSTILLE? If your documents are not acceptable for an Alaska apostille, order new copies from www.vitalchek.com or check if you qualify for rush apostille service. rush apostille service…

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The State of Alaska is divided into boroughs, not counties like most of the US States. Aleutians East Borough | Bristol Bay Borough | City and Borough of Juneau | City and Borough of Sitka | City and Borough of Yakutat | Denali Borough | Fairbanks North Star Borough | Haines Borough | Kenai Peninsula Borough | Ketchikan Gateway Borough | Kodiak Island Borough | Lake and Peninsula Borough | Matanuska-Susitna Borough | Municipality of Anchorage | North Slope Borough | Northwest Arctic Borough

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