Official documents and legal procedures by country
Here are the all the details we have for Mexico:
Consular Section of the Embassy of Mexico
British Consulate, Mexico City
British Embassy, Consular Section
Rio Usumacinta 30
06500, México DF
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To get married in this country you will need to bring your original documents and photocopies thereof. English is not an official language of this country, so you will probably need a translation of the following documents to get married:
Other details required for legal statements include:
In order to obtain a Marriage Licence, certain important legal formalities must be performed on arrival. Legalisation of all documents is required either at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office or the consulate of the country you are visiting.
Marriages abroad are recognised by UK law only if they were were conducted in accordance with the local law of the country - although it cannot be registered at a UK register office. If there is any doubt about the legality, contact the Home Office before making any arrangements.
Mexico is a member of the Hague Convention, so any official documents legalised by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London should be valid.
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