Attestation of Civil Documents/Affidavits Attestation of Civil Documents/Affidavits

Attestation of Civil Documents/Affidavits

2. Attestation of Civil Documents/Affidavits

(i) Completed Miscellaneous services Application form dully filled up, signed and pasted with a photo alongwith the system-generated Provisional Receipt.

Link for filling the Application Form online and printing copy for submission at (select 'Mexico' as country).

(ii) Applicant's valid original Indian passport and a photocopy of pages containing personal particulars and Passport Officer´s observation (s), if any.

(iii) Original and copy of legal Residence in Mexico (FM card).

(iv) Copy of proof of residential address in Mexico i.e. electricity, water, telephone bill in the name of applicant or any family member (If utility bills are in the name of owner, then copy of owner's ID is required)  OR Copy of a lease deed /rent agreement with a copy of owner’s Mexican ID.

(v) Original Letter of Employer in English, signed by the authorized signing authority of the Company addressed to the Consular Officer, Embassy of India, Mexico City, stating date of appointment and position in the Company. In case of private business, copy of Company’s Registration with SAT.

(vi) Annexure E filled up in advance & signed before Consular Officer.

(vii) Original & copy of documents to be attested.

(viii) Two photographs size (5X5 cms), in color with white Background.

Note: the list of documents is indicative and not exhaustive. Further information may be requested during review of application.

Personal presence of the applicant at the Embassy is mandatory. Book your appointment here.

Fee and Mode of payment:

Fee to be deposited in respective banks and it is required to bring original fee payment receipts.


Embajada de la Republica De la India


MXN $ 380

Scotia Bank

Embajada de la Republica De la India


MXN $ 40

Do not deposit complete fee in one bank!

Please note that the fee is for each signature and stamp of the Consular Officer.

NOTE: Copies of civil documents issued by Mexican Government can be attested only after the applicant gets the documents duly notarized and apostilled by SRE.