Do it yourself
In the State of Vermont apostilles are issued by the office of Vermont Secretary of State in Montpelier, Jim Condos.
Documents submitted for apostille in Vermont need to comply with the following guidelines:
- Documents presented to apostille birth, marriage and death certificates or other vital records need to be original certified copies issued by the Town or City Clerk, the Vermont Department of Health or the Vermont State records administrator.
- Your documents must be notarized by a valid commissioned notary and they need to include notary stamp, signature and a dated notarial act.
- In order to apostille school records such as diplomas or transcripts issued by a university in Vermont, you need notarized copies issued by your school principal or registrar.
Apostille Vermont contacts:
Visit in person or mail documents to:
Vermont Secretary of State
VT State Archives & Records Administration
Attn. Kathy Watters
1078 U.S. Route 2 – Middlesex
Montpelier, VT 05633-7701
Phone: (802) 828-3700
Price and processing time:
Price is $2 per apostille with payment made to the “Vermont State Archives”.
Processing time is same-day counter service or 1-2 days for mailed orders.