IMSS application or renewal – Authentication and legalization, or Apostille, of Canadian documents at the Embassy of Mexico

Published on Thursday, October 3, 2013

As part of the IMSS application process, it is required that your Canadian documents, such as birth and marriage certificates, be apostilled or authenticated and legalized. If you have never heard of this process, you can learn more about it in this article – Authentication and legalization / apostille process for Canadian birth or marriage certificate documents

Your birth certificate, marriage certificate, or other Canadian documents will need to be authenticated at the Department of Foreign Affairs and then legalized at the Embassy of Mexico. We work with you to make sure your documents are prepared correctly.  Simply send your documents to our Ottawa office and we will manage all aspects of the authentication and legalization process for you. Returning your completed documents in as little as a few days!

Contact us for more information on the authentication and legalization of your Canadian documents for your IMSS application or renewal. Call us toll free at 1-888-433-1011, or visit us at