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 Posted: Fri Jun 14th, 2019 07:45 pm
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I need to find an Apostille locally that could "apostillize" documents locally.  I can find references to the process on the board, but I do not see a name or company that could do this locally.   Can someone point me in the right direction?  Thank You!

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It depends on what what docs you need. There are police records, school records, imigration, civil regristries,etc.

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An APOSTILLE is typically a US document that is issued by the state in which someone passes.  It is something required to make changes in the "trust" documents, if a spouse or beneficiary has passed away.  If that is what you are looking for, I don't think anything you are going to get here is going to suffice.

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I have needed to apostille birth certificates, marriage certificates, school transcripts, and US green cards while being here.

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It has to be done by the secretary of state, in which those documents originate.

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not knowing where these documents originated, i agree with LTR and that has also been my experience!

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Thanks for the replies. After visiting and calling too many people, I will need to go to the US and get a notary or at the Consulate by appointment. There is no one in Guaymas who can do court documents for the US

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Considering the long border crossing wait times, unless you have to do other things in the USA, I would choose to get it done at the US Consulate in HMO.  They do charge an outrageous fee, but could be cheaper than a trip to the USA, depending on how many pages in you document need the seal and signature.

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Actually I use to do this all the time. Send your originals up in an envelope addressed to the sec of state in which they originated, and call them first to find out how much they will charge, and also include a check and self addressed stamp envelope for the return docs with the apostille. I know it sounds tedious, but it does work. It can all be handled by mail. Send up with someone you trust.

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You will need to mention that the apostille is for Mexico.

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i have always been hesitant using my originals! i always request DUPLICATE ORIGINALS to be apostatized!


you never know if the originals will be returned!

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They have always returned the originals, did it for over 20 years. They staple it to the apostille.

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LTR, you miss understood! someone or agency is requesting the apostatized documents, those are who i am concerned about losing the original to, not the secretary of state!!


i posted a picture of an apostatized "duplicate original", i had several made as they where needed for several requests! 


the requester's of the apostatized documents never returned them to me!


they where probably needed for their records!


i remain with my original and a few remaining " duplicate originals"!!    


better safe than sorry!



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Timely information :)


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I had Notario #10 Salas, say several times that the originals would be returned after the tramite was finished, only to be told after everything was said and done, that they would not be returned. I just love the way things always change.....

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During my entire citizenship process, which lasted 10 years, I can safely state that I never had any of my submitted documents ever returned. Never.

So when I found that I had to submit something, I requested multiple duplicates (3), notarized and apostilled, etc... Complicated when everything is from different counties, states and countries.

Despite everything, I still have in my possession several acceptable copies, notarized, apostilled of every important document I'll ever need, regardless if it's Canadian, American (multiple states, multiple counties) or Mexican (multiple municipalities), tucked away in a locking file cabinet in Arizona.

While you are going through the trouble of gathering documents to be submitted, Get 3 of what you need notarized and apostilled. 1 to keep for yourself, 1 for future submissions when someone may ask for the exact same document again (high probability of that happening), and the 1 you will 'give away' for the task at hand to enter the black hole of bureaucracy from which it will never, ever, return. It's allot of added expense, but at least you still retain valid examples of everything going forward after the officials, public or private, end up keeping your stuff.

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