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Uruguayan flag Honorary Consulate of Uruguay in Houston

Address1220 Ripple Creek
Houston, TX
USA
Phonelocal: (713) 974.7855
international: +1.713.974.7855
Emailembamb@swbell.net

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Diego
Sat, 16 Oct 2010 20:32 EDT
Translations, legalizations
I am a Sworn Translator (English-Spanish/Spanish-English), graduated from the University of the Republic of Uruguay. I prepare translations of any official documents. My fields of expertise are legal, diplomatic and financial matters. I would be grateful if you take me into consideration should you need my services. E-mail: detomasitraducciones@gmail.com. Cell phone: +(598 96) 444 155
Diego
Sat, 16 Oct 2010 20:30 EDT
To Colleen
Dear Collen: I f you need to send the document to Uruguay, as it seems from your message, you need to send the document to the Uruguayan Consulate or Embassy in your country, in order to legalize it, then it comes to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uruguay, to legalize the signature of the Uruguayan Consular Officer. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need help. I am a Uruguay-based Sworn Translator. My contact details are in the next comment.
Diego
Sat, 16 Oct 2010 20:28 EDT
To Colleen
Dear Collen: I f you need to send the document to Uruguay, as it seems from your message, you need to send the document to the Uruguayan Consulate or Embassy in your country, in order to legalize it, then it comes to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uruguay, to legalize the signature of the Uruguayan Consular Officer. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need help. I am a Uruguay-based Sworn Translator. My contact details are in the next comment.
Colleen Werner
Mon, 27 Sep 2010 10:27 EDT
legalizing a patent assignment to Uruguay
I have an assignment for a Uruguayan patent application notarized in Galveston, TX. I have the authorization of the notary from the Texas Sec. of State. Where do I take/send these documents to be legalized to Uruguay? Can it be done in Houston or do I send them to the Uruguayan consulate in Miami?
julie sheppard
Sun, 28 Jun 2009 15:47 EDT
legalizing birth certificate
which consulate of uruguay legalizes documents for someone born in the state of Alabama?

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