Mexican residents of the U.S. can now obtain certified Mexican birth certificates here in the U.S. rather than from Mexico. Beginning now, all Mexican Consulates in the U.S. are able to issue Mexican birth certificates. This change in policy helps DACA and DAPA applications under Obama’s Executive Action of Nov 2014.
Here is a list of Mexican Consulates. To obtain Mexican birth certificates, you need to present an official proof of identity, fill out an application form and provide your Clave Única de Registro de Población (CURP) if you have one. The cost is $13.
There is a free application for smartphones and mobile devices at MiConsulmex or at the toll free number Centro de Información y Asistencia a Mexicanos (CIAM): 1-855-463-6395. Mexican consulates will continue offering protection and consular assistance to Mexicans regardless of their immigration status.
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