Obtain Your Tax Status Certificate in Mexico Effortlessly

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What is it?

A Tax Status Certificate in Mexico, or Constancia de Situación Fiscal, is an official document issued by the Mexican tax authority (SAT). It confirms a taxpayer’s registration and current status in the Mexican tax system. It is often required for various formal transactions, including rental agreements and business operations.

Who needs it?

Ideal customers for this service include Mexican residents, expatriates, freelancers, business owners, landlords, and employees who are required to prove their tax status for official or business purposes. This certificate is essential for anyone required to demonstrate their compliance with Mexico’s tax regulations.


  1. Visit the official SAT website: https://www.sat.gob.mx/
  2. Log in with your RFC and password, or create an account if you don’t have one.
  3. Navigate to the ‘Servicios’ section and select ‘Constancia de Situación Fiscal’.
  4. Review and confirm your personal information.
  5. Generate the certificate and download the PDF document.
  6. Print and save a copy for your records.

Required documents

  • RFC (Federal Taxpayer Registry): Obtainable by registering online at the SAT website or visiting a local SAT office.
  • CURP (Unique Population Registry Code): Can be obtained online through the National Population Registry or provided by your employer.
  • Proof of address: Utility bill or bank statement, issued within the last three months.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • It is illegal for employers to insist this document be part of your hiring paperwork as per recent SAT directives.
  • Avoid third-party scams offering to obtain this certificate on your behalf at a high cost.
  • Expatriates often need this certificate to clarify tax obligations both in Mexico and their home countries.


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