California Apostille Service for Mexico

Do you need a California Apostille for documents being sent to Mexico? Mexico is a member of the Apostille Convention and requires the California Secretary of State to authenticate signatures on legal documents being sent to Mexico. Common documents to Mexico which require a California Apostille are:

  • Marriage Licenses, Divorce agreements
  • Birth Certificates, Marriage Certificates, Death Certificates
  • Single Status to Marry, No record of a Marriage
  • Criminal Record
  • Power of Attorney – General, Special, Finance, Real Estate etc.
  • Notarized copies of Passport, Affidavits, and other documents
  • Papers for Adoption purposes
  • Transcripts (School, College, University, or any other issuing agency)
  • Diploma, Degree Certificates, Graduation Records
  • Permission to Travel, Consent by Parent(s) to travel with Minor Children

To view the full list of documents which require a California Apostille for Mexico, visit this link: http://www.apostille.la/documents-for-apostille-service/

We have years of experience notarizing, authenticating, and certifying documents for Mexico. If you live in Los Angeles county, we offer complimentary notary service and pick-up/dropp off of your documents. If you live too far us to meet with you, you can overnight us your documents for processing.

For documents received by 10:30 a.m., we guarantee the documents will be completed in 1-2 business days (excluding Saturday, Sunday and major holidays). We’ll return your document via FedEx next day service at no additional charge to any address within the United States.

To view our rates, visit: http://www.apostille.la/rates/

If you need to meet with a local notary to notarize your document, it’s important to remember that as long as the signer speaks the same language as the notary, the document can and should be notarized. You will need to present an acceptable form of ID (Example: Driver’s License, US Passport, etc..), your name needs to be on the document in English, and acknowledge that you have signed the document.

Please keep in mind that a notary cannot refuse to notarize your document if it’s written in Spanish. Please call us at 1-888-810-4054 or 1-310-876-8489 to speak with an California Apostille agent about sending your documents to Mexico.

Click to download our California Apostille order form. Our Apostille service is fast, convenient, and saves you time and money.

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