This section comprises information concerning civil registrations, specifically: birth, marriage and death abroad.
Para realizar el trámite de inscripción de nacimiento es necesario que se cumplan los siguientes pasos y requisitos:
Para realizar el trámite de inscripción de matrimonio es necesario que se cumplan los siguientes requisitos y presentar los documentos que se detallan:
Para inscribir en el Consulado la defunción de un ciudadano chileno es necesario:
La inscripción militar se solicita cuando el interesado cumple 18 años. Los que no se hayan inscrito oportunamente deberán solicitar la inscripción militar y simultáneamente solicitar la amnistía:
Documentación y requisitos:
In accordance with the provisions contained in the Consular Regulation of Chile, the Consuls have the power to act as Notaries Public and as Certifying Officers, taking into account Chilean regulations and the local regulations where they have been posted.
Within their competences Consuls can act as Certifying Officers regarding Notary acts granted before them, whether by Chilean citizens or foreigners.
As part of their functions, Consuls are able to grant public and private instruments, act as Certifying Officers in the acts where asked to, and that are not specifically entrusted to other officers or illegal. Similarly, Consuls, must save and keep in order the instruments that are granted before them, provide the interested parties with the testimonies or certificates requested from the acts officiated before them, and facilitate to any person the examination of the public instruments granted before them.
Our Consuls, as aforementioned, can act as Notaries Public, therefore, it may be granted before them, public deeds (that must be incorporated in the respective protocol) and private deeds.
To set an example, the following documents can be granted before our Consular Representatives: sworn statements, certificates and public deeds as well as general and special bylaws, purchase and sale operations, purchase and sale promises, nuncupative or sealed wills.
It's worth mentioning that these instruments, in order to be valid in Chile and granted before our Consulates, must be subsequently legalized at the Department of Legalization of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The fees for these proceedings are regulated in the Consular Tariff of Chile, Law Nº 18.340., from 1984.