1. Name, nationality and address of the applicant.
2. Name, nationality, address and date of birth of the author(s).
Due statutory provision, there should always be an individual(s) identified as author(s) of the work.
3. Title of the work.
4. Assignment, work for hire or employment agreement, if the applicant is not the author.
The original or a certified copy of the document is required (photocopies are not acceptable). In the case of certified copies, a notary public must certify that the photocopy is a true and correct copy taken from its original.
5. Summary of the work (50 words).
6. Two copies of the work.
Depending on the work, the copies might be photographs, drawings, or contained in compact discs, USB memory units, etc.
7. In the case of software, the first ten and last ten pages of the source code.
8. If the work has been disclosed in anyway anywhere, date of disclosure, or indication that the work has not been disclosed.
9. Power of attorney.
If the applicant is a legal entity, the power of attorney must be executed by an authorized officer of the applicant, certified by a notary public and authenticated with an Apostille, or legalized with the nearest Mexican consul in case the notary's country is not a party of The Hague Convention.
If the applicant is an individual, the power of attorney does not need notarization or legalization, but it should include the names and signatures of two witnesses, and a photocopy of any official identification of the applicant and the witnesses.
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