Mexico shortens waiting periods for some consular services
Today in the Official Federal Register (DOF) Mexico published changes to the wait times for many consular services.
This is the Mexican government’s compliance with its National Development Plan for 2013-2018 and Goal V of “Mexico with Global Responsibility.”
The services where wait times have been shortened are services offered in Mexican Consulates outside Mexico.
Examples of these services and wait times are:
Certifications of Foreign Corporations, Legalization of Signatures and Documents and Powers of Attorney whose wait times have dropped from 30 days to 10 days.
Menaje de casa for Mexicans and foreigners where wait times have dropped from 30 days to 10 days.
Passport issuance where wait times have dropped from 10 days to 3 days.