Visa/Immigration:Pensionado Visa

The requirements list requires that I need to get an Apostille from my Secretary of State for Proof of Benefits. The document/letter is from the U.S. Social Security Administration. Can my State of Residence "Apostille" a federal document?

Also, I am unclear about translations. Do they have to be done by an accredited source?
Here is the list of requirements:

Passport with available pages, and valid for at least three (3) months.
Two (2) photocopies of the pages of the passport containing information, as well as all previously granted visas.
Two (2) originals of the Visa Application Form duly signed and completely filled out.
Three (3) recent color passport-type photographs (1.5x1.5).
Original of the certificate issued by the proper authority be it a government, a public or private enterprise; or by a foreign company, in which it is stated that the applicant receives a pension. This certificate must be duly legalized by the Colombian Consul or APOSTILLED, whichever applies.

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