The consular offices perform the legalization of signatures and / or seals, contained in foreign public documents, issued by authorities of countries not adhered to the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, and that have previously been legalized by the approved authorities for this purpose in the issuing country.


The process consists of a certification done by a consular officer so that these documents gain validity in Mexico.


This aforementioned certification will never prejudge the content of the document.




• The legalization of foreign documents will only be performed on the original signatures and / or stamps.


• The documents to be legalized must be presented at the Consular Section.


• Original and photocopy of an official ID.


• Payment of consular fees (135 SAR).