POWER OF ATTORNEY

Attention with appointment from 7:00 to 11:00 a.m.

                                                                               (619)-308-9917 

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

As of August 1st, consular services payments will not be accepted with credit cards. We recommend you bring cash when you come to this Consulate. 

PROCEDURE:

First stage: you must make your appointment by email Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo., attached you will need to send the documentation and application of POA. Once your request has been approved, you will be contact by the Mexican Consulate to schedule your appointment. Wait time to review and sing the power is approximately 2 and 3 hours.

Second stage: Two business days after signing the power any person will be able to pick up the corresponding testimony, as long as they present the payment receipt.

REQUIREMENTS:

1. The person requesting the Power of Attorney must be present.

2. Fill in the application for power of attorney. It is recommended to ask lawyers or representatives in Mexico the type of power you need to grant. If the POA is for sale, purchase or deed of a property, we suggested you to bring a copy of the deed where the exact domicile of the property is shown.

3. Submit a valid official identification and a copy. The only accepted IDs for this procedure are the following: valid passport (Mexican or foreign), valid matricula consular, voting credential issued by the Federal Electoral Institute or National Electoral Institute, valid Driver License issued by the Department of motor vehicles in California (DMV) and identification of the DMV (California Identification Card). If the grantor is Mexican, the identification presented must have full name, with paternal and maternal surname. In the case of foreigners, the power of attorney shall be drawn up with the name as it appears on the identification.

4. If the applicant will grant a General power for acts of administration and/or domain or a special power which relates to administration and/or disposition of assets, and is married under the regime of separation of property or Married Separete Estates the Act of marriage original and a copy must be submitted. If the applicant will grant a General power for acts of administration and/or domain or a special power which relates to administration and/or disposition of assets, and is married under the regime of community property or Married Join Estate, the Act of marriage original and copy must be submitted, as well as a valid official ID of the spouse. If the spouse is Mexican, the identification presented must have full name, with paternal and maternal surname. If the spouse is a foreigner, the name shall be drawn up as it appears on the identification. Also, the spouse has to sign the power giving its consent.

5. If the applicant do not mastered the Spanish language, it must be accompanied by a translator (must be the same translator in all the procedure). The translator must fill out the application for translator and present a valid official identification and a copy. The same applies to the spouse, if the consent is needed because the POA involves acts of administration and/or domain or a special power which relates to administration and/or disposition of assets.

 

6. Pay the Power of Attorney rights: $115.00 dollars. (We only accept cash and Money Order).

  

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL NOTES

1. In exceptional situations, you may be asked additional documents to complete your proceeding.

 

2. Good-quality photocopies must be submitted at all times, so that they can be clearly read, and in the case of the identification (photography and the signature) that it can be clearly seen. Don't forget to photocopy the front and back of your identification, so that it shows full information, including the holder’s signature.