Do it yourself
In the State of Oklahoma apostilles are issued by the office of Oklahoma Secretary of State in Oklahoma City, Chris Benge.
Documents submitted for apostille need to comply with the following guidelines:
- Documents presented to apostille vital records must be certified copies issued by the Oklahoma Department of Health in the last 12 months (1year) bearing the signature of the Court Clerks and the State Registrar of the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
- Acceptable notarized documents must include considerations notarized by a commissioned Oklahoma notary public.
- Documents submitted to apostille marriage licenses and divorce decrees need to be issued within the last year.
- In order to apostille school records such as diplomas or transcripts you need notarized copies from the university registrar or school principal.
You can obtain copies of vital records from the Oklahoma State Department of Health. For certified copies of court documents you need to contact the Court County Clerk where the document was executed.
Apostille Oklahoma contacts:
Visit in person or mail documents to:
Oklahoma Secretary of State
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4897
Phone (405) 521-4211
Price and processing time:
Price is $25 per apostille with payment made to the “Oklahoma Secretary of State”.
Processing time is same-day counter service or 3 business days for mailed orders.