Colorado Apostille

Rush Colorado  apostille, expedited serviceThe Colorado Secretary of State provides an Apostille or certifications for documents that are going to be used in a foreign country.

Colorado Certification

Colorado Secretary of State will only authenticates Original signatures on documents originating or issued in Colorado . They must also be:

Correctly notarized by a Colorado Notary Public
Court documents must be Certified copies issued by a Colorado Court
Certified Original copy of Vital Record

Birth Certificate

Your Vital Record must be Certified Originals.

How can I tell if my Birth Certificate is acceptable for an Apostille in Colorado ?

Original Certified copies must be issued by the State of Colorado (CO), Vital Records Office of Colorado, 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South, Denver, CO
or from

How long does it take?

Normal processing time at the Colorado Secretary of State is 5-7 business days, however, to expedite your mail service, Expedited service is available to speed up the process & for the return of your documents as quickly as possible.

Colorado Embassy Legalization

Embassy Legalization $500

Above Embassy Legalization fee does not include, Embassy fee, commercial fees for invoices or other commercial documents, or expedite fee the at Embassy charges, or return mail cost if International postage requires next day delivery or Express mail service.

Colorado Apostille Fees

On average it will take a minimum of  5 - 7 business day once we receive your order and return it to you.  The cost for the first 2 Apostille documents is $125.00 each, additional Apostille documents are $100 each.   

Expedited service is available to speed up the Apostille process & for the return of your documents as quickly as possible for an additional $120.00 for all document going to the same location.

All document are returned to you at no additional cost using USPS Priority Mail unless International mail or express mail is requested which is an additional cost.

Colorado Embassy Legalization

Embassy Legalization is $300 for the first document. If additional document are going to the same Embassy they are  $225 each.

Above Embassy Legalization Fee Includes:

The above Embassy Legalization does not include:

All fees must be submitted with work in US dollars ($) to avoid delays while your check or money order clears the bank, this delay could add an additional 3 - 5 business days to your order.

Getting Started

To get started with your order click here to fill out & print an online order form to include with your order & to see what type of payments are acceptable, and to get our mailing address. You can also  click on the "Getting Started" link in the footer below, which is located at the bottom of every page.

Mailing your documents

When mailing your documents to us we strongly recommend that you use FedEx, UPS, or USPS Express Mail - keep a copy of your tracking number to ensure delivery.