A certificate of incorporation is a legal document that is filed with a state to form a corporation. The certificate must contain the name of the corporation and its registered agent as well as other information required by the state. An apostille is a certificate that authenticates the origin of a document.
Apostilles are typically used to certify documents so that they will be accepted by foreign governments and official bodies. In the case of a certificate of incorporation, an apostille may be required in order to show that the document is a legitimate, official record. To get an Apostille in Colorado, you will need to contact the Colorado Secretary of State's office. The Secretary of State’s Office accepts documents for Apostille that have been certified by the Delaware Commissioner of Elections, a Delaware Notary Public, the Register of Wills in the county in which the document originated or a state official from another U.S. state who has been qualified to certify documents for use in Delaware.
In order to get an apostille, you must first go through the process of getting the certificate of incorporation notarized by a notary public. Once the certificate of incorporation is notarized, you must then send it to the apostille office in Colorado. The apostille office will verify the notarization and then issue an apostille.
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