Below are some of the requirements from INDIANA Secretary of State to Apostille documents or issue a Certificate of Authentication:
Vital Records: Must be original certified copy from the Indian Vital Records. Birth and Death Certificate must have a multi-colored signature stamp on the bottom right corner to be able to get an Apostille on them. Marriage Certificate must be signed by the current clerk of courts in the county of which the event took place.
Court Documents: Marriage & Divorce documents must be Certified copies signed by the current clerk of courts in the county of which the event took place.
Corporate Documents: Must be Notarized or certified copy by the State.
Educational documents: All school documents needs to be notarized by the school the school documents are from or have a copy of the degree notarized as a true and correct photocopy before sending it to us for apostille.
All other documents: Must be current, certified copy or notarized by an Indiana notary. Most documents need to be notarized; however marriage, divorce, and birth certificates must be certified copies.
Foreign Language Documents: Documents in foreign language can be Apostilled as long as the Notarial wording is in English.