A FBI report is a written account of the activities of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. An apostille is a document that certifies the authenticity of a public document, such as a birth certificate.
There are many reasons why you might need to apostille a FBI report. For example, if you are applying for a job that requires a background check, the employer may ask you to provide an apostilled copy of your FBI report. The Indiana Secretary of State is responsible for issuing apostilles for documents originating from Indiana. To get an apostille in Indiana, you must submit the document to be apostilled, along with a completed Apostille Request Form and the appropriate fee, to the Secretary of State's office. In order for a document to be eligible for apostille, it must be a public document. Public documents include, but are not limited to: birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates; court documents; notarized documents; and school documents.
In order to get an apostille for a FBI report, you must first request your official criminal history from the FBI. The FBI report must be apostilled by the U.S. Department of State. The process takes a minimum of 2 weeks and can take up to 6 weeks. For more information on apostilles, please visit our apostille information page.
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