Apostille and authentication in New Hampshire is issued to public documents with proper notarization. The NH is one of the few exception states where the vital records, such as birth, death, marriage, divorce, no record as well as police and background checks have to be notarized by a Notary Public at the time of issuance. It is still prohibited to notarize such official public documents at a latter point. And this rule is only applicable for documents destined for use outside of the United States.
For all domestic purposes, the protocol is the same: Certification by relevant state official and no notary.
Often requestors do not ask for notary of their vital records, and the documents are issued as is. This cannot be corrected at a later date and a new request must be placed.
We strongly advise that if you need your documents apostilled from the state of New Hampshire to contact our experts either by phone or via email. We know how valuable time is and will help you do everything right the first time.