Kentucky Apostille

Please follow these guidelines to make sure your Kentucky documents are acceptable 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 KENTUCKY APOSTILLE:

GUIDELINES TO PREPARE YOUR KENTUCKY DOCUMENTS FOR AN APOSTILLE

KENTUCKY VITAL RECORDS ACCEPTABLE FOR APOSTILLE

Documents from Kentucky Department of Vital Statistics (Birth, Death Certificates, etc.) Must be signed by the current state Registrar Paul F. Royce. *Note: If the documents are not signed by the state registrar, contact the Kentucky Department of Vital Statistics at 502-564-4212 and order a recent copy of your document that bears the mentioned signature.

NOTARIZED DOCUMENTS ACCEPTABLE FOR A KENTUCKY APOSTILLE

Documents signed by a Notary (Adoption papers, grade transcripts. diplomas, power of attorney, etc.) Must be signed by a Registered Notary in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The signature must be certified by the county clerk in the county where the Notary took the oath of office.

KENTUCKY DIVORCE DOCUMENTS ACCEPTABLE FOR AN APOSTILLE

Documents signed by a Circuit Clerk or Circuit Judge ( Divorce Decrees) must be signed by a judge and or circuit clerk. The signature must be certified by the county clerk in the county where the circuit court is located.

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

WHAT IF MY DOCUMENTS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR A KENTUCKY APOSTILLE? If your documents are not acceptable for a Kentucky 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 Kentucky is divided into 120 counties: Adair | Allen | Anderson | Ballard | Barren | Bath | Bell | Boone | Bourbon | Boyd | Boyle | Bracken | Breathitt | Breckenridge | Bullitt | Butler | Caldwell | Calloway | Campbell | Carlisle | Carroll | Carter | Casey | Christian | Clark | Clay | Clinton | Crittenden | Cumberland | Daviess | Edmonson | Elliott | Estill | Fayette | Fleming | Floyd | Franklin | Fulton | Gallatin | Garrard | Grant | Graves | Grayson | Green | Greenup | Hancock | Hardin | Harlan | Harrison | Hart | Henderson | Henry | Hickman | Hopkins | Jackson | Jefferson | Jessamine | Johnson | Kenton | Knott | Knox | Larue | Laurel | Lawrence | Lee | Leslie | Letcher | Lewis | Lincoln | Livingston | Logan | Lyon | Madison | Magoffin | Marion | Marshall | Martin | Mason | McCracken | McCreary | McLean | Meade | Menifee | Mercer | Metcalfe | Monroe | Montgomery | Morgan | Muhlenberg | Nelson | Nicholas | Ohio | Oldham | Owen | Owsley | Pendleton | Perry | Pike | Powell | Pulaski | Robertson | Rockcastle | Rowan | Russell | Scott | Shelby | Simpson | Spencer | Taylor | Todd | Trigg | Trimble | Union | Warren | Washington | Wayne | Webster | Whitley | Wolfe | Woodford

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