- Certificate of Police Record
State and federal police reports
Of any Mexican or U.S. document that needs to be used abroad (Convention Du Haye)
Of any Mexican document that needs to be used abroad. The four stages are: Notary Public, State
Government, Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Consulate/Embassy of the country where the document
will be used. (The Fees are per stage)
- Notarization of documents
Legalizations by a Mexican Notary Public.
- Notarization of signatures
Recognition of signatures by a Mexican Notary Public on elaborated documents.
- Notarization of POA (Power of Attorneys)
Recognition of signatures by a Mexican Notary Public, and elaboration of POA formats.
- Notarization of Concurrence Letters
(Permission for a minor to travel without one of the parents/legal guardian)
Recognition of signatures by a Mexican Notary Public, and elaboration of Concurrence formats.
- Document Obtention (civil registry)
Processing of Mexican certificates (birth, marriage, death, etc.)
- Real State Acquisition Permit
Every foreign national needs a special permit to buy real state properties in Mexico.
- Attention to Police Detentions - Misdemeanors / Administrative infractions.
Attendance of an Attorney during police detention, follow up of the case and legal solutions.
Document translations by an Expert Translator.
Providing requirements, reviewing paperwork, personal assistance at Government offices
Legalization, apostille and more
Batres Nieto Abogados, handles Mexican short term visas and temporary work permits. Also assists clients in the process of
permanent resident applications for specialist and professionals, ranging from executives, managers, health care administrators,
computer engineers to artists and athletes among others.
Visasmex provides a wide
range of Immigration
services through its national
Derechos Reservados, 2008. Visasmex ™ / Batres Nieto, Abogados Asociados, S.C.