California Power of Attorney for Mexico

Do you need an Apostille for a California Power of Attorney for Mexico?  Mexico is a member of The Hague Apostille Convention and documents sent to Mexico will require an Apostille.

We provide complimentary pick-up and Los Angeles notary service for residents and businesses of Los Angeles, West Los Angeles, The San Fernando Valley, and surrounding areas.  If you’re to far for us to travel to, you’ll need to meet with a local notary who will notarize your documents.  A California acknowledgment will be attached to the signed page in the Power of Attorney.  We can email you this document but most notaries will have this document on-hand.

We do not create or translate documents.  From experience, if you’re selling a home in Mexico, the real estate agent or an attorney in Mexico will create the documents required in order to avoid any delays.  Other documents we Apostille for Mexico are Car titles from the DMV, Affidavits, Copy of Diploma, Copy of Transcripts, Birth Certificates, Death Certificates, Divorce Decree, Copy of a Driver License, Travel Consent Forms, Authorization Letters.  If you need to find a certified translator, we recommend visiting American Translators Association website.

Regarding the Power of Attorney, neither the notary or the California Secretary of State will read the documents so it doesn’t matter if the document is written in Spanish or in English and Spanish.  It’s important that the document is filled out completely.

If you reside outside of Los Angeles, you can send us your original documents via FedEx, UPS or Priority/Express Mail from the United States Postal Service.  For security purposes, always get a tracking number.

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 provide FREE return shipping via FedEx Next Day service to anywhere in the United States.

Apostilles can be complicated. Don’t leave this process to untrained employees or non-professionals who do not fully understand the California Apostille process and the unique requirements of certain countries. Your paperwork could be rejected costing you time and money. Don’t let this happen to you!

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