Apostille Oregon Documents
At SOS Apostilles we can handle all requests to apostille Oregon documents. We guide you through the apostille preparation process and help with all the necessary documentation required for Oregon documents. We are experts in the field and know exactly what is required to get the correct certification for your important documents quickly.
To apostille Oregon documents there are proper steps that must be taken. The Oregon documents must be certified by a professional that is recognized by the Secretary of State of Oregon. The certification process is quick if it is done by a professional with the experience and knowledge that you can find at SOS Apostilles.
To apostille Oregon documents there are just two steps that need to be taken:
Helpful Info – Apostille Oregon documents
When a document is to go to a foreign country, it is often necessary to have the notarization or official certification authenticated. Some countries call this an apostille.
Authenticating a Vital Record
When you need a vital record (birth/death certificate, marriage or dissolution of marriage certificate, etc.) authenticated, you should first get a certified copy of the record from the Oregon Center for Health Statistics. A certified copy of a county record is not appropriate. Only the Oregon Center for Health Statistics can issue a valid, current vital record.
Authenticating a Transcript or Diploma
When you need an Oregon high school or college transcript or diploma authenticated, you must have the person in charge of the records – normally the registrar – sign on the record a statement certifying to its authenticity.
Apostilles and Certifications only certify to the authenticity of the signature of the official who signed the document, the capacity in which that official acted, and when appropriate, the identity of the seal or stamp which the document bears. The Apostille or Certification does not validate the contents of the document. When you apostille Oregon documents the original document signatures must be issued in the State of Oregon signed by a notary public or the following public officials and their deputies:
- County Clerks or Recorders
- Court Administrators of the Superior Court
- Executive Clerks of the Superior Court
- Officers whose authority is not limited to any particular county
- Executive Officers of the Superior Court
- Judges of the Superior Court
- State Officials