Wyoming Hague apostille
Do you need Hague apostilles for your Wyoming documents? We provide Apostille and Embassy legalization services in the State of Wyoming and nationwide, for documents intended for international use.
If you are traveling overseas, or sending a Wyoming document for use in a foreign country, you may be required to have the document apostilled or legalized. Hague apostilles have been adopted internationally as a uniform way of verifying documents sent between countries.
In the State of Wyoming, as in all U.S. states, an apostille is a separate page attached to the document by an eyelet. It is signed by the Secretary of State (facsimile signature) and has the Great Seal of the State of Wyoming.
Wyoming apostille: $175
Processing time: app. 2 weeks + mail
Please complete the Order Form and mail it with your original document(s) to
If you are sending your document(s) from a foreign country, please use FedEx, DHL or TNT, and email the tracking number so that we can watch for your package.
No hidden fees.
Our guarantee: If we are unable to get your documents apostilled or legalized, we will issue a 100% refund, we do not keep any service fees.
Wyoming apostille guidelines and tips
The document must be certified by a Wyoming official such as a County Clerk or Deputy, State Registrar or Deputy, State Examiner, or acknowledged before a Wyoming Notary Public (all signatures must be original).
Certificates of Good Standing: Electronically issued Certificates of Good Standing cannot be apostilled.
School transcripts and diplomas. The student record, an official record maintained by the school, must be certified by the registrar or other authorized faculty member. The certification must include a signature and the title of the authorized faculty member. Some schools have a stamp or seal which is acceptable but is not required. The authorized faculty member’s signature must then be notarized by a Wyoming Notary Public, and a notarial certificate must be attached to the school record.
We obtain apostilles for documents originating from all 23 Wyoming counties: Albany | Big Horn | Campbell | Carbon | Converse | Crook | Fremont | Goshen | Hot Springs | Johnson | Laramie | Lincoln | Natrona | Niobrara | Park | Platte | Sheridan | Sublette | Sweetwater | Teton | Uinta | Washakie | Weston
What does a "proper notarization" mean in the State of Wyoming?
All notarized documents must contalin the notarial statement, either the acknowledgment or jurat.
Can Wyoming notaries attest to copies of the documents?
Yes, except for vital records (birth, marriage, death certificates), documents issued by the courts (divorce judgments) or any other public records office.
Sample wording for certifying photocopies:
Can a remotely notarized document be apostilled in Wyoming?
No. For notarized documents, the State of Wyoming requires the original signatures of the signer and the notary.
Does the State of Wyoming issue electronic apostilles?
No. The State of Wyoming issues paper apostilles only.
Are Wyoming apostilles issued for documents in foreign languages?
No. All documents in foreign languages must be accompanied by a translation into English with the translator's affidavit. The signature of the translator must be properly notarized by an Arkansas notary public.
Can a Wyoming apostille be verified?
The State of Wyoming does not offer online verification of apostilles. If you have doubts, you can contact the Wyoming Secretary of State by phone (307) 777-7370 or via email
Can a Wyoming apostille be rejected by a foreign country because it is a separate page, and not a stamp?
No. According to the Hague Convention Apostille brochure called "The ABCs of Apostilles from HCCH",
"An Apostille must be placed directly on the public document or on a separate attached page (called an allonge). Apostilles may be affixed by various means, including rubber stamps, self-adhesive stickers, impressed seals, etc.
If an Apostille is placed on an allonge, the latter can be attached to the underlying document by a variety of means, including glue, grommets, staples, ribbons, wax seals, etc.
Failure to affix an Apostille in a particular manner is not a basis for refusing the Apostille."