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cbviajero

Dec 30, 2015, 7:42 AM

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Re: [viktoremski] Recent experiences in INM and Consulate office

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I think I might need the apostiled and translated birth certificate again when applying for "la credencial", or the mexican passport, or when getting married in a few months. So I will most likely have to ask my friend in Poland to get me a new one.

Happy New Year!

You probably will,when I got married in Guadalajara it was required.


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