Below are some of the requirements from IDAHO Secretary of State to Apostille documents or issue a Certificate of Authentication:
Vital Records: The Idaho Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics maintains birth and death records filed from July 1911 to the present, and marriage and divorce records filed from May 1947 to the present. Some counties may have older birth, death, marriage, or divorce records in their files, but county files contain only records of vital events that occurred in that county.
Court Documents: Must be certified copies issued by the Clerk of the Court, Public Prosecutor or Process Server.
Educational documents: All school documents must be signed and Notarized by a school official before sending it to us for Apostille.
Foreign Language Documents: Documents in foreign language can be Apostilled as long as the Notarial wording is in English.
All other documents: Only documents Issued by Idaho officials or notarized by Idaho Notaries can be Apostilled.