Do you need to apostille your Texas Marriage Certificate?
In the State of Texas, a marriage certificate is issued by the County Clerk in the County the marriage was filed in. In order to apostille this document, you will need to obtain a certified copy signed by the Deputy County Clerk. Certified copies submitted for authentication must have been issued within the past five years.
If you do not have a certified copy, please contact the County Clerk for instructions on how to obtain a certified copy or we can assist you with the retrieval as well. Once you receive the certified copy, go ahead and mail it to our office for further processing.
Documents originating from the State of Texas are processed directly from the Texas Secretary of State’s office. Please note that your documents will receive an Apostille from the State of Texas. Processing time about 3 business days plus shipping time. Please contact our office for any additional information. Thank you!