You will need to contact that court and ask for a copy of the decree. I am personally unfamiliar with much of Mexico's procedures in recording Judgments, but I do know that calling the Court that granted the Judgment is usually the best route. However, in some cases, the judgment might be filed electronically, if it was entered within a major urban center, like Mexico City, for example. However, you should start by calling the Court.
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Contact the Mexican consulate in Houston. If your husband knows the court that granted the divorce call them. Make sure it has all necessary seals and signatures to make it an official copy.
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