Below are some of the requirements from MINNESOTA Secretary of State to Apostille documents or provide a Certificate of authority:
Vital Records: Must be certified copies issued by county official or registrars of the Department of Health
Corporate Documents: Must be Certified copies issued by Minnesota state official .
Educational documents: Transcript, Diploma, Substitute Document must be issued from the records or administrative office of the school. The registrar’s signature on the records must be an originals and properly notarized with an acknowledgement and have an original signature by a Minnesota Notary Public. If the student is a senior but will not receive a diploma they must have a substitute document validated and authenticated in addition to the transcript. A certificate of completion can be used in lieu of the diploma.
All other documents: Private documents, including passports, driver’s licenses and diplomas, may be certified by a Minnesota notary, you must provide the original document for the notary to photocopy. A notary cannot certify a photocopy of a document unless the original document is provided to, and copied by, the notary personally.
Foreign Language Documents: Documents in foreign language can be Apostilled as long as the Notarial wording is in English.