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#1 weez

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    Posted 18 November 2006 - 07:56 PM

    Hi guys, I have been going back and forth with my coordinator about legalitys for my mayan wedding and know from reading this forum along with other websites that I need to get my birth certificate apostilled and translated, now my wedding coordinator has e-mailed me back saying that neither of us need to get our birth certificates apostilled we just need our passports! Does this sound weird to anyone else? HELP?!

    #2 TammyWright


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    Posted 18 November 2006 - 09:05 PM

    this doesnt sound weird...each judge in mexico has their own rules...one of our recent brides that got married last weekend didn't even need to have a blood test in mexico. she was able to get it done in the states.

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    #3 BetRam

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      Posted 19 November 2006 - 01:02 PM

      I'm going through the process of getting apostilles for our birth certificates right now too. If you're really worried, get the apostilles and take them just in case. One of the resorts I am considering requires passports and birth certificates with apostilles. Good luck!

      #4 mexicobride

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        Posted 26 December 2006 - 06:03 PM

        The same thing happened to me today. I was under the impression that we needed the apostilles, but I got an email from the resort saying we don't even need our birth certificates, just passports and tourist visas. I'm so confused and I just want to be sure we are actually married when we are there!

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