Entry #5531: Right to change legal gender in Mexico

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IssueRight to change legal gender
StatusLegal, no restrictions
Start Datepast
End Date2008
DescriptionOnly Mexico City, Nayarit and Michoacan transgender people can change document without surgery not required.
Reports (1)
  • Newer law has been passed "One should remember that in Mexico there are 16 federal jurisdictions that have legislated on the issue of homoparental adoption at the state level: Mexico City (2010), Coahuila (2014). Campeche (2016), Colima (2016), Michoacán (2016), Morelos (2016), Veracruz (2016), Baja California (2017), Chihuahua (2017), Querétaro (2017), Puebla (2018), Chiapas (2018) , Nayarit (2019), Aguascalientes (2019), Hidalgo (2019), and San Luis Potosí (2019). If successful, Baja California Sur would become #17 of 32. https://www.primerobcs.mx/morena-buscara-que-la-a... Wikipedia also claims that Jalisco (2016) and Nuevo León (2019) (but not Nayarit) also allow same-sex couples to adopt. If this latter listing is correct, rather than that of "Primero BCS," then Baja California Sur would become #18 of 32 jurisdictions. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_the_..."

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