A medical certificate is a document which a medical professional uses to certify that an individual is suffering from an illness or injury which will prevent them from performing their normal duties. The certificate will usually specify the length of time that the individual is expected to be unable to work. An apostille is a certificate that is used to authenticate documents for international use.
A medical certificate may need to be apostilled if it is being used in a foreign country. An apostille is a form of authentication issued to documents for use in another country. There is no central office for Minnesota apostilles. Contact the county registrar in the county where the document was issued. An Apostille can be issued for documents issued by a public authority including:
A document originating from the central government of a contracting party, e.g. a legislative, administrative or judicial act, an official certificate issued by a registrar or another public official, an official publication. A document originating from a sub- national authority, e.g. an official certificate issued by a registrar, notary or bailiff, or by another public official acting in his/her capacity as a public notary, administer of oaths. Public documents which have been executed before a person authorised to administer oaths in the country of origin.
In order to get an apostille for a medical certificate, you will need to contact the Minnesota Department of Health and request an apostille. There is a fee for this service, and it can take up to two weeks to receive your apostille.
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