We are from Canada and will be having a legal ceremony in Los Cabos, Mexico next year and are trying to figure out the whole apostille thing.
I found out that in Canada we don't apostille but instead have to notarize our birth certificates with a lawyer/notary.
What I'm wondering is if we also have to further "authenticate" our birth certificates, and also if we have to translate them into spanish? And if so what is the order to do this?
Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
Canadians getting married in Mexico, Apostille vs. Authentication
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Posted 25 December 2008 - 10:39 PM
There is a thread about this exact thing...it is quite the process...if you do a search you will find it, I think it's Canadian Brides getting married in mexico legal requirements...if you can't find it i will PM you what we had to do to get everything done...
Posted 26 December 2008 - 01:28 AM
You need to find out from your specific resort specifically what they require from you...as different resorts within Mexico have different requirements. For example some resorts don't require you to do anything whereas others (like mine), make you go through this long process. Here is the link to the thread that I started with information. I hope this helps!
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