Business FAQs

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Apostilles
Attachments
Beginning a business
Business survey information
Certificate of Good Standing
Certifications
Dissolution and reinstatement
Electronic filing
Email notification
Entity names
Filing documents and finding information
Foreign (outside of Colorado) business entities
Glossary
Missing, illegible, or incorrectly indexed records
Noncompliance and delinquency
Periodic reports
Personal identifying information
Professional service companies
Public benefit corporations
Registered agent
Secure business filing
Tax information
Trademarks
Trade names

 

Apostilles

Q1. What is an apostille and what purpose does it serve?

A1. An apostille is a special certificate used to authenticate public documents for international use. Filed documents and certificates of fact may be certified with an apostille for use in countries participating in the 1961 Hague Convention.

If you need certification of a business document for use in a country that does not participate in the Hague Convention, visit the U.S. Department of State website.

 

Q2. How do I get an apostille?

A2. Here’s a business apostille request form (PDF) that can be completed. For questions about other types of apostilles, visit our notary page for Apostille and Authentications information.