A marriage certificate is a document that lists the full names, addresses, and birthdates of both spouses, as well as the date and location of the marriage. This document is signed by the officiant and two witnesses, and is then filed with the government. An apostille is a form of authentication issued to documents for use in countries that participate in the Hague Convention of 1961.
If you plan to use your marriage certificate in a foreign country, you will need to have it apostilled. Many countries will not recognize a marriage certificate unless it has been apostilled. Indiana apostilles are processed by the Indiana Secretary of State. The apostille certificate is attached to your documents by the Secretary of State. You can normally apostille any type of public document issued in one state and to be used in another. This includes but is not limited to: birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates; documents relating to naturalization or citizenship; and adoption papers.
In order to get an apostille on your marriage certificate, you must first contact the Indiana Apostille Office. The Indiana Apostille Office will ask for the following information:
1. A copy of your marriage certificate
2. A copy of your identification
3. A copy of your spouse's identification
4. A completed apostille application form
Indiana Apostille Office
Address: 402 West Washington Street, Room E018, Indianapolis, IN 46204
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