State of Nebraska Apostille
Do you need an apostille for a document issued in Nebraska? Depending on your particular situation, you may use our Nebraska apostille services or follow the do-it-yourself guide.
Our apostille services:
Nebraska do-it-yourself apostille guide:
Visit in person or mail documents to:
Nebraska Secretary of State
State Capitol Building
1445 K Street Room 1301
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone (402) 471-2558
Price: $10 per apostille payable to the "Nebraska Secretary of State"
Processing time: Same-day counter service or 14 business days for mailed orders.
This is your best option if:
Omaha apostille service:
Guidelines for Nebraska documents for apostille
To obtain an apostille from the Business Services & Licensing Divisions of State of Nebraska Secretary of State, John A. Gale in Lincoln follow the guidelines:
- Considerations for birth and death certificates must be original certified copies issued by the Department of health services and or the state registrar of vital statistics. If you need anew copy of a vital record certificate please contact: http://dhhs.ne.gov/publichealth/Pages/ced_bicert.aspx
- Considerations for marriage licenses must be issued by the Nebraska dept. of human services or vitals statistics alternatively a copy issued at the County Clerk level would also be acceptable. Please also consider that a keep-sake certificate will not be acceptable for apostille.
- Considerations for Divorce decrees must be an original certified copy issued by by HHS services or Vital Statistics Bureau, you may request a new copy of a divorce decree with a proper pursues statement (only principal or parents are acceptable http://dhhs.ne.gov/Pages/default.aspx
- Considerations for school records issued by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Creighton University, University of Nebraska at Omaha, University of Nebraska Medical Center, University of Nebraska at Kearney, Bellevue University among other academic institutions must be notarized copies issued by the school registrar and original signature of school official.
- Considerations for notarized documents such as power of attorney and public documents must contain a notarization and a properly executed acknowledgement.