Contributed by Aaron Hall, Partner
Mexico has announced that beginning on January 15, 2015, Mexican consulates in the United States will issue certified copies of birth certificates registered in Mexico. This new service will be a great convenience for Mexicans in Denver needing a copy of the birth certificate (for immigration-related applications or for any other reason).
In order to request a certified copy of a birth certificate, proof of identity must be presented at the consulate. Also, the consulate requests the Clave Única de Registro de Población (CURP) if the person has one. The fee for each certified copy will be $13.
Those interested in obtaining a certified copy of their birth certificate can get more information at the toll free number Centro de Información y Asistencia a Mexicanos (CIAM): 1-855-463-6395.
The Mexican Consulate in Denver is located at 5350 Leetsdale Drive #100, Denver, CO 80246.
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