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MEXICO DOCUMENT LEGALIZATION IN TORONTO

Document Legalization for Mexico


DOCUMENT LEGALIZATION IN THE CONSULATE GENERAL OF MEXICO

In order to take effect in Mexico, a foreign document must be legalized by the Mexico consular service.

Documents issued in Ontario or Manitoba must be authenticated prior to legalization. These documents consist of: powers of attorney, school grades, diplomas, school transcripts, certificates of birth or marriage, degrees/certificates of divorce, notarized business papers, affidavits made before a public notary.

A letter requesting the legalization of your document (s), including your contact information: full address, telephone number and email.
Client Order Form

Marriage in Mexico:

If you are planning to have a wedding in Mexico following are the documents need to be translated, authenticated and legalized:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Certificate of Single Status issued by the Mayor’s Office or effectuated before a Notary. The document must have been issued no longer than six months prior.
  • Final Divorce Sentence (for divorced persons).
  • Spouse’s Death Certificate (for widows or widowers) along with the marriage certificate.
  • Client Order Form

Powers of Attorney to be granted by companies

Any Organization or Company interested in granting a Power of Attorney or entering into an agreement or contract, which is to be enforced in Mexico must submit to the following documents:

  • An original of the Certificate of good standing (Certificate and articles of amalgamation; and Certificate and articles of modification), from the competent Canadian authority.
  • Original of its by-laws section relating to the name and purpose of the corporation and of such articles pertaining to powers vested upon The Board of Directors and Officers, including the exclusive authority granted to officers of the corporation to contract, obligate and sign in its name and make use of its corporate seal.
  • Original of the meeting's minutes respecting the election of the present board of director with their full names and official titles.
  •       Original of the minutes of the meetings wherein it was resolved to confer the power of attorney.

  • Client Order Form

All of the above documents need to be translated, notarized and legalized prior to being certified at the consulate.

SERVICE FEES (IN CANADIAN DOLLARS)

 

Translation to Spanish

From 100

Notarized

90

Legalization (Originals)

137

Legalization (Translation)

137

Authentication

150

Power of Attorney granted by company

278

·         Original of its by-laws section relating to the name and purpose of the corporation and of such articles pertaining to powers vested upon The Board of Directors and Officers, including the exclusive authority granted to officers of the corporation to contract, obligate and sign in its name and make use of its corporate seal.