State of Oklahoma Apostille.
Do you need an apostille for a document issued in Oklahoma? Depending on your particular situation, you may use our Oklahoma apostille services or follow the do-it-yourself guide.
Our apostille services:
Oklahoma do-it-yourself apostille guide
Visit in person or mail documents to:
Oklahoma Secretary of State
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4897
This is your best option if:
Guidelines for Oklahoma documents for apostilles
Please take note of the special considerations for Oklahoma documents to obtain an apostille from the office of Chris Benge, Oklahoma Secretary of State in Oklahoma City
- Considerations for vital records: Must be certified copies issued by the Oklahoma department of health within the last 12 months (1year) Acceptable signatures from the Court Clerks and the State Registrar of the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Do you need a copy of an Oklahoma vital record? Please contact the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
- Considerations for notarized documents must be properly notarized by a commissioned Oklahoma notary public.
- Considerations for Marriage licenses and divorce decrees must be issued within the last year. Do you need a certified copy of a court document? contact the Court County Clerk where the document was executed.
- Considerations for School records issued by The University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, University of Tulsa, University of Central Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Northeastern State University, Southern Nazarene University among others must be notarized copies of the transcripts and or diplomas, contact your university registrar of school principal to request a notarized copy.
Documents typically apostilled in Oklahoma are: birth, marriage, divorce and death certificates, articles of incorporation, business bylaws, powers of attorney, diplomas and transcripts.