|Frequently Asked Questions|
In order to receive an ITIN (Individual Tax Identification Number), you first must file your taxes. The forms you must present to file your taxes, and ITIN are as follows:
Birth Certificate and ONE of the following forms of ID;
-Voter ID Card -Matricula Consular -Valid Passport -United States License
All Identification and birth certificates must be originals, we do not accept copies.
For any United States born citizens, to leave the country you must present;
1. Birth Certificate 2. Valid Passport
If a minor is traveling abroad without a parent or guardian, one must sign a Power of Attorney. A Power of Attorney is a document, which states that you give consent for your child to travel with someone else. If you need a Power of Attorney, please bring the following;
1. Identification of person giving consent 2. Minor’s Birth Certificate’s State File number 3. Passport Number 4. Name of person traveling with minor
Every year the Mexican Consulate comes over to Jackson Wyoming, to issue Matriculas and Passports to the Mexican Community. In order to get either or both IDs, one must make an appointment with the Mexican Consulate. The appointments are limited, making it very difficult for many people to sign up. At any other time you have to make an appointment at the Mexican Consulate in Salt Lake City, Utah. If you would like to set up an appointment please feel free to call 1-877-MEXITEL (1-877-639-835).
The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and the Circuit Court have a list of lawyers here in Teton County. To contact the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, call 307-733-4091 or stop by their office at 155 W. Gill. To contact the Circuit Court call 307-733-7713 or stop by the courthouse at 180 South King Street, main floor.
Applications can be obtained at the Clerk of Court's office at 180 South King Street, or at LRC.
If a vehicle is registered in the state of Wyoming, the seller must sign the title in the presence of a notary public. Along with signing the vehicle title, you need a bill of sale. Latino Resource Center can help you if you need assistance.
An Apostille is a form of certification for dosuments for use in another country. Example; if you plan to register your child in Mexico, an Apostille on the birth certificate will allow you to do so.
Latino Resource Center can assist you with an Apostille request. The request is processed by the Secretary of State’s Office.
In order to add the child's father to a birth certificate you need a Paternity Affidavit. Latino Resource Center can assist you with a Paternity Affidavit. The affidavit has to be signed by both parents, with Identification, in front of a Notary Public, and then mailed to Vital Records.