Are your documents going to be used in Mexico? Mexico is a member country of the Hague Apostille Convention, therefore, any legal document intended for official use in Mexico will need an Apostille from the Secretary of State.
Mexico Apostille can process apostilles for documents issued by all US states and the District of Columbia, as well as documents issued by the United States Federal Government.
Below is the list of the most frequently requested documents for Mexico apostille:
• Vital records such as Birth, Death, Marriage and Divorce Certificates
• Passport and Driver License copies
• Single Status Affidavit
• Background Checks (Local, State, the FBI)
• Power of Attorney, Wills, or Trusts
• Corporate Power of Attorney
• School Transcripts, Diplomas, and other academic documents
• Authorization Letter
• Travel Consent Letter
• Articles of Incorporation
• Certificate of Good Standing
• Certification of Free Sale
• Certification of Origin
• Commercial Invoices, etc.
NOTE! Only US-issued documents can receive an apostille in the United States. If your document was issued in Mexico, you must contact the competent authorities in Mexico for the legalization process. An apostille on Mexico-issued documents can be processed in the United States ONLY if a document issued in Mexico but either a signature on the document or a copy of the document was notarized by a US notary public. If your document is a vital record, it can never be notarized. Before you apply for an Apostille on your document, please check with the competent authorities in Mexico for any additional requirements pertaining to your document legalization. Many states in the United States require that any document issued in a foreign language must first be translated into English. In addition, some countries require that the certified translation of the original document must also be apostilled. Certain countries have very specific requirements for translation (that translation needs to be notarized, certified, or even done only by translators pre-authorized by the Embassy/Consulate of the country of destination.) Mexico Apostille offers translation services if needed. Our experienced and reliable translators can help you with translation from/into 50+ languages. Please let us know if you need any assistance with translating your documents and Mexico Apostille will be happy to help.
If you are currently in Mexico or elsewhere outside of the United States and need help with getting an apostille on your documents for use in Mexico, please contact Mexico Apostille and we will be happy to assist you! We will review your case, provide you with clear instructions, process an apostille on your document, and ship it back to you anywhere in the world. International shipping rates apply.
Obtaining an apostille can be frustrating. Make your life easier and trust obtaining an apostille on your documents to trained professionals. Our experienced staff handles apostille and document legalization with ease and efficiency. By trusting Mexico Apostille with your document legalization you save time, money, and your mind.
Questions? Contact us during business hours 10 AM - 6 PM U.S. Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Saturday: 770-447-0360 or toll-free 866-416-0747