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Post by Intercasa on Mon Aug 08, 2011 9:17 pm

Now offering US Birth / Marriage / Death Certificates. Ahora ofrecemos Actas de Nacimiento / Matrimonio / Defunción.

Service runs $1,500 pesos, very quick, for example, client came last Thursday and today received his long form California birth certificate. Doesn´t include any state required notarization, California requires this so assume an extra 600 pesos for the consulate ($50US but you need to buy traveler´s checks in pesos). We will try to make a deal with a notary and check to see that their seal and signature are accepted. Currently only have rush apostille service for California and I´m a state court approved translator if you need documents translated.
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Post by Sherman on Mon Aug 22, 2011 11:19 am

I'm confused about what you are offering as a service? Are you saying that you are 'certifying' US birth, marriage and death certificates?

Or, are you getting them 'created' where people no longer had originals?

I also don't understand about making a 'deal with a notary.' For the documents you mention, most have to be signed by an authorized official from the state or local jurisdiction. If a US notary signs, the person is supposed to be present and sign in front of the notary.

If you already have an existing US birth certificate, marriage license or death certificate, any of us can check on the California (or any other state) website for the Secretary of State or the Secretary of the Commonweath. From that point, follow the directions for the office in getting an apostille or certification. It is a straight-forward and inexpensive.

To do this, the original document has to be submitted to the state for them to verify the signature of the official signing, which is usually a notary or state official authorized to sign such a document. They then issue an apostille or certification for the document. (Charges range from $6 to $15 US typically).

The document then comes back here (Jalisco) and is translated by a court certified translator, like yourself, and the document becomes 'legalized' in Mexico because the US and Mexico were both signatory to the 1961 Hague agreement (see www.hcch.net under the Apostille section).

For Jalisco, Mexico, I have completed these steps from 3 US states and had certified (or apostilled) for our household here birth certificates, marriage certifiicate, durable powers of attorney for finance (to be used here) and durable powers of attorney for medical decisions (to be used here).

Detailed information on this topic is found in the publication Life Planning in Jalisco which is available at the offices of Law offices of Azucena Bateman or from Bella Vida, both in Ajijic.

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Re: Now offering US Birth / Marriage / Death Certificates

Post by Intercasa on Mon Aug 22, 2011 12:50 pm

We help you or anybody get an official birth / death / marriage certificate while here in Mexico, few to no people offer this service locally.
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