Mexico Apostille – California Birth, Death, and Marriage Certificate
If you are planning to get married in Mexico, moving to Mexico, seeking American citizenship for your children, or applying for dual United States–Mexico citizenship for yourself or your children, you might be asked to provide apostilled copies of vital records.
The California Department of Public Health Vital Records maintains California birth, death, fetal death, still birth, marriage, and divorce records. To request certified copies of your records, click on the following text: California Vital Records.
SF Notary and Apostille’s team of California-State-commissioned notaries public knows how to navigate the complexities and pitfalls involved in the California vital records apostille process. We ensure that your document is properly legalized for Mexico and returned to you quickly and securely.
Dual Citizenship – Mexican–US Citizenship
As of March 20, 1998, The Mexican Nationality Act allows Mexicans living in the United States and children born outside of Mexico rights as Mexican nationals and dual US–Mexican citizens.
Declaration of Mexican Nationality
To obtain a Declaration of Mexican Nationality, you must complete an application from the Mexican consulate and provide original or certified copies of the either parent’s birth certificate, documentation that proves US citizenship (such as a passport, certified California birth certificate, or Certificate of Naturalization), California Driver’s License or California ID, and two passport-sized photos. Married women must present their marriage certificates.