Are you sure this is a legitimate web site pasarporteonlinemx.com?
We don’t know. TLS certificates do not attest whether a site is legitimate.
It also greatly depends on how you define "legitimate". I haven't tried visiting that site or doing any specific research on it, but I suspect that somebody legitimately registered a name, legitimately configured a DNS server to resolve it, legitimately set up a web server to respond to it, and legitimately proved control over the domain name to a certification authority. Whether that means that if you gave it your credit card number you'd get any promised product, whether any logs of your visits would be sent to a government you don't like, or whether other questions along those lines would be answered the way one might like, are all separate things that really aren't related to the TLS certificates.
This is not the place to ask such a question.
The only thing we can be sure of is that the certificate was issued to the domain holder.
But to better answer your question (from a source better prepared):
Google says it's OK
BUT KASPERSKY SAYS: