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Legal Q&A With Angel
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Legal Q&A With Angel

Welcome to the biweekly “Q & A with Angel.” I will answer your questions every other week with pleasure, they do not necessarily have to be on the previous week’s topic.

Q & A with Angel
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Q & A with Angel

We welcome Angel Marin Diaz to the weekly Legal column. He has 20 years’ experience as President and C.E.O of Inmtec Legal Services with offices in Mexico including San Miguel de Allende, CDMX, and offices currently under construction in Querétaro.
Welcome to the biweekly “Q & A” with Angel. I will answer your questions every other week with pleasure, they do not necessarily have to be on the previous week’s topic.

The Apostille in the New Reality of COVID-19
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The Apostille in the New Reality of COVID-19

The apostille is a document that allows you to certify the signatures of Federal Public Servants, who are empowered to certify the validity and legitimacy of documents of national origin abroad, provided that the procedure is related to countries that have adopted the Hague Convention by which foreign legal documents gain legitimacy in the country of use.

Q&A with Angel
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Q&A with Angel

Atención welcomes Angel Marin Díaz to the weekly Legal column. Mr. Díaz has 20 years’ experience as President and CEO of Inmtec Legal Services. Inmtec offices in Mexico include San Miguel de Allende and Mexico City, with offices currently under construction in Querétaro.
Welcome to the biweekly “Q&A with Angel.” I will answer your questions every other week with pleasure; they do not necessarily have to be on the previous week’s topic.

The Humanitarian Visa
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The Humanitarian Visa

Historically, the arm of the Mexican government’s Immigration Services (INM) has always provided relief for any foreign national not able to leave the country due to emergency situations such as health reasons. This is done via an extension of time to remain in-country through the “humanitarian visa.” This was determined on a case-by-case basis, and time frames for the extension were determined the same way.