Do it yourself
Alaska Apostille Certificates are issued by the Office of the Lieutenant Governor in Juneau, since Alaska does not have a Secretary of State.
Documents submitted for apostille must comply with the following guidelines:
- Documents must meet statutory requirements and be correctly notarized which in Alaska means they should include: the Principal’s and the Notary’s signature, a notarial certificate, notary’s commission expiration date, imprint of the notary’s seal that can be reproduced in photocopied or faxed versions, and pencil or ink shaded embossed seal.
- Documents must be originals issued by Alaskan State registrar Phillip Mitchell.
- Documents issued by the court should be official certified/notarized copies.
- School diplomas transcripts or school records need to be notarized by the school registrar before requesting an apostille.
For copies of birth, death or marriage certificate, contact the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services in Juneau at (907) 465-3391.
Apostille Alaska contacts:
Visit in person or mail documents to:
Office of the Lt. Governor
240 Main Street, Room 301
Juneau, Alaska 99801
Phone: (907) 465-3509
Price and processing time:
Price is $5 per apostille with payment made to the “State of Alaska”
Processing time is same-day counter service or 14 days for mailed orders.