POWER OF ATTORNEY
1. Make an appointment over the phone 1-877-639-4835 or in the website https://mexitel.sre.gob.mx/citas.webportal/
2. Fill in the application for power of attorney. It is recommended to ask lawyers or representatives in Mexico which shall indicate the type of power you need grant. In the event that concerned power for sale, purchase or deed of a property, it is suggested to have with you a copy of the deed where the exact address of property appears.
3. Submit a valid official identification and a copy. They are only accepted as valid IDs for this procedure the following:
· Valid passport (Mexican or foreign),
· Valid matricula consular, if Mexican
· Credencial para votar issued by the Federal Electoral Institute,
· Valid Driver License issued by the Department of motor vehicles in Wisconsin (DMV) and identification of the DMV (Wisconsin 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 grantor 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 are married under the regime of separation of property must be submitted the Act of marriage and a copy; If the grantor 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 are married under the regime of community property, the Act of marriage original and copy, and a valid official ID of the spouse and a copy must be submitted. If the spouse is Mexican, the identification must have your full name, with paternal and maternal surname. If the spouse is a foreigner, his name will sit in power 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 as long lasting procedure). The translator must present a valid official identification and a copy and fill. The same applies to your spouse, where you go to sign giving his consent to a General power for acts of administration and/or domain or a special power which relates to administration and/or disposition of assets.
6. If the grantor it’s a company and the company is not Mexican they also need to provide:
· Certify copies of documents not more than six months old, proving that the Company was created under the law of the country where it belongs.
· Certify copies of documents not more than six months old, proving that all the rules of the Company and under it was created are not against Mexican law.
· Certify copies of documents not more than six months old, proving that the person signing the power of attorney has the authorization and the faculties to do so.
7. Pay the Power of Attorney rights: $115.00 dollars if it is a person and $173.00 if it´s a company, cash only.
8. Three days after signing, the applicant or whoever he or she authorizes must come to the Consulate to pick up the power of attorney.
· In exceptional situations, you may be asked additional documents to complete your proceeding.
· All photocopies submitted should be read clearly and in the case of identification, photography and the signature must be clearly seen. Don't forget to photocopy part of identification where appears the signature.