Yes as many of our clients have documents that contain a language other than English or French, this question comes up often. In most cases, the Embassy of Mexico will not have an issue although Global Affairs Canada has strict rules about documents that contain foreign languages.

As an example Global Affairs Canada will only authenticate a Power of Attorney that contains Spanish if a notarized translation in English or French has been prepared by a certified Canadian translator. If your Power of Attorney contains a foreign language, simply speak with one of our ALSC agents. They will be able to assist with the fastest and most economical way to have your foreign language document translated.

ALSC makes it simple to get started with translation services. All we require is a scan of the original notarized foreign language document for review, as fees are determined on a per word basis. It’s that easy!

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