U.S. embassies do NOT have the authority to affix Apostille to documents issued in the United States or in other countries. Please do not schedule an appointment for this service. For information on how to obtain Apostille on state-issued or federal-issued documents, please see State Department’s page on Apostille Requirements.
Apostille on BiH-issued documents for use in the United States
In order to use a public document (e.g. birth or marriage certificate, divorce decree, notarized documents) issued in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) in the United States, the document has to be certified by an apostille under the 1961 Hague Convention, to which BiH and the United States are both parties.
In BiH, Apostille is issued by municipal courts. There is a fee for the certification. Check with the local court for current information on fees.
Check with the institution in the United States where you plan to submit the document to determine whether translation is required and whether the translation requires an apostille. Lists of certified translators for English are available from municipal courts and from the websites of the Ministry of Justice for the Federation of BiH and for Republika Srpska.