Re: documents for the interview de Selection
- I could be wrong here- but isnt this some sort of land title registration they are asking for?
Some transfer or clearance certificate for land. "inmobilaria" generally refers to immobile
assets which is generally land.
Are you showing land as assets by any chance? Maybe if you give this context to your
immigration lawyer, he will understand exactly what certificate it is.
In any case, I am surprised- as I dont remember showing any fixed assets. I suppose it is
different in Ecuador.
--- In email@example.com, "Karina Vargas" <karina@e...> wrote:
> Hello everyone!
> After an incredibly long wait I've received my interview date. I've been
> asked for a
> "Certificado de Tradición y Libertad de Matrícula Inmobiliaria" which I
> have no idea what it is. I belong to the Mexico immigration bureau and
> obviously I received the list of documents I must bring to the interview in
> Spanish. I've asked a local lawyer here and he has no idea what is that, I
> live in Quito, Ecuador and the interview will be held here.
> Anybody has an idea please??