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Our Best Answer What is an apostille?

An apostille is an additional form of authentication that certifies a document is a true copy of the original. Official documents that will be used outside the United States often require an apostille. Processing a document with an apostille takes extra time because it must be sent to the Indiana secretary of state before it can be delivered. To request an apostille, please complete an Apostille Request Form found on our website. It will take at least two business days to process your request. You will also need to provide a pre-addressed, postage-paid envelope (U.S. Mail or FedEx), which the Secretary of State will use to send your documents.
You can mail your request to our office at the address below:
Student Central
ATTN: Apostille
408 N. Union Street
Bloomington, IN 47405

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