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Apostille Service

We understand that getting your documents “apostilled” or “legalised” can be confusing time consuming and, if not completed correctly, expensive. A question frequently asked by our clients is,

Why do I need my documents to be legalised after they have been notarised?

The simple answer is different countries have different requirements that must be met before they will accept your documents. Many countries require that the identity and authority of the Notary Public is certified by the country or State in which they practise. In the UK the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office is the government department that issues this certificate, known as an Apostille.

Apostille Service – What I Offer

I offer a professional Apostille Service and Legalisation Service to both businesses and individuals alike and are dedicated to simplifying and streamlining the legalisation of your documents. Clients include accountants, solicitors, fund managers and some well known UK companies.

I am proven to be cost-effective, straightforward and efficient. I and my team’s extensive experience ensures that your documents are apostilled every time and not rejected thereby avoiding unnecessary delay. By using our Apostille Service you save time and money getting your documents apostilled. For more information or to discuss your requirements call us on 020 8941 7360 or email us.

Apostille Service

We understand that getting your documents “apostilled” or “legalised” can be confusing time consuming and, if not completed correctly, expensive. A question frequently asked by our clients is,

Why do I need my documents to be legalised after they have been notarised?

The simple answer is different countries have different requirements that must be met before they will accept your documents. Many countries require that the identity and authority of the Notary Public is certified by the country or State in which they practise. In the UK the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office is the government department that issues this certificate, known as an Apostille.

Apostille Service – What I Offer

I offer a professional apostille service and legalisation service to both businesses and individuals alike and are dedicated to simplifying and streamlining the legalisation of your documents. Clients include accountants, solicitors, fund managers and some well known UK companies.

I am proven to be cost-effective, straightforward and efficient. I and my team’s extensive experience ensures that your documents are apostilled every time and not rejected thereby avoiding unnecessary delay. By using our apostille service you save time and money getting your documents apostilled. For more information or to discuss your requirements call us on 020 8941 7360 or email us.

Apostille Service

We understand that getting your documents “apostilled” or “legalised” can be confusing time consuming and, if not completed correctly, expensive. A question frequently asked by our clients is,

Why do I need my documents to be legalised after they have been notarised?

The simple answer is different countries have different requirements that must be met before they will accept your documents. Many countries require that the identity and authority of the Notary Public is certified by the country or State in which they practise. In the UK the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office is the government department that issues this certificate, known as an Apostille.

Apostille Service – What I Offer

I offer a professional apostille service and legalisation service to both businesses and individuals alike and are dedicated to simplifying and streamlining the legalisation of your documents. Clients include accountants, solicitors, fund managers and some well known UK companies.

I am proven to be cost-effective, straightforward and efficient. I and my team’s extensive experience ensures that your documents are apostilled every time and not rejected thereby avoiding unnecessary delay. By using our apostille service you save time and money getting your documents apostilled. For more information or to discuss your requirements call us on 020 8941 7360 or email us.

 

Step 1

Notarise Your Documents

Have your documents notarised using our notary public service. For more information on how to get your documents notarised and our fees please visit our notary public page or call us on 020 8941 7360.

In certain circumstances it may be unnecessary for your documents to be notarised before having an apostille affixed. These are typically UK issued birth certificate, death certificate and marriage certificates.

Step 1

Notarise Your Documents

Have your documents notarised using our notary public service. For more information on how to get your documents notarised and our fees please visit our notary public page or call us on 020 8941 7360.

In certain circumstances it may be unnecessary for your documents to be notarised before having an apostille affixed. These are typically UK issued birth certificate, death certificate and marriage certificates.

Step 1

Notarise Your Documents

Have your documents notarised using our notary public service. For more information on how to get your documents notarised and our fees please visit our notary public page or call us on 020 8941 7360.

In certain circumstances it may be unnecessary for your documents to be notarised before having an apostille affixed. These are typically UK issued birth certificate, death certificate and marriage certificates.

Step 1

Notarise Your Documents

Have your documents notarised using our notary public service. For more information on how to get your documents notarised and our fees please visit our notary public page or call us on 020 8941 7360.

In certain circumstances it may be unnecessary for your documents to be notarised before having an apostille affixed. These are typically UK issued birth certificate, death certificate and marriage certificates.

Step 2

Where Are Your Documents Going To?

Apostille Service

If your notarised documents are to be used in a country that has signed up to the Hague Convention of 5th October 1961 then an Apostille will normally be sufficient for your documents to be accepted in that country.

There are, however, some countries who despite signing the Hague Convention of 5th October 1961 will insist upon consular legalisation and we can advise whether this is needed in order for your notarised documents to be accepted. 

Step 2

Where are your documents going to?

If your notarised documents are to be used in a country that has signed up to the Hague Convention of 5th October 1961 then an Apostille will normally be sufficient for your documents to be accepted in that country.

There are, however, some countries who despite signing the Hague Convention of 5th October 1961 will insist upon consular legalisation and we can advise whether this is needed in order for your notarised documents to be accepted. 

Step 2

Where are your documents going to?

If your notarised documents are to be used in a country that has signed up to the Hague Convention of 5th October 1961 then an Apostille will normally be sufficient for your documents to be accepted in that country.

There are, however, some countries who despite signing the Hague Convention of 5th October 1961 will insist upon consular legalisation and we can advise whether this is needed in order for your notarised documents to be accepted. 

Step 2

Where are your documents going to?

If your notarised documents are to be used in a country that has signed up to the Hague Convention of 5th October 1961 then an Apostille will normally be sufficient for your documents to be accepted in that country.

There are, however, some countries who despite signing the Hague Convention of 5th October 1961 will insist upon consular legalisation and we can advise whether this is needed in order for your notarised documents to be accepted. 

Step 3

How Much Will it Cost?

We offer a standard and an express apostille service depending on how quickly you need your documents apostilled and returned to you.

Our fees are clear and unambiguous. As part of our Apostille Service we can return your documents by first class post, Royal Mail Special Delivery, courier or onto a UK or overseas-based third party. For more information about our fees and the services we offer please review our Order Form.

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Step 3

How much will it cost?

We offer a standard and an express apostille service depending on how quickly you need your documents apostilled and returned to you.

Our fees are clear and unambiguous. As part of our apostille service we can return your documents by first class post, Royal Mail Special Delivery, courier or onto a UK or overseas-based third party. For more information about our fees and the services we offer please review our Order Form.

Step 3

How much will it cost?

We offer a standard and an express apostille service depending on how quickly you need your documents apostilled and returned to you.

Our fees are clear and unambiguous. As part of our apostille service we can return your documents by first class post, Royal Mail Special Delivery, courier or onto a UK or overseas-based third party. For more information about our fees and the services we offer please review our Order Form.

Step 4

Accepted at its Destination

Apostille acceptance overseas

Step 4

Accepted at its
Destination

Apostille acceptance overseas

Step 4

Accepted at its Destination

Apostille acceptance overseas

Step 4

Accepted at its destination

Apostille acceptance overseas

What if my apostilled document is not
accepted as having not been legalised?

What if my apostilled document is not
accepted as having not been legalised?

What if my apostilled document is not accepted as having not been legalised?

Step 5

Get your documents legalised

If you have sent your notarised and apostilled document to its destination but it has been rejected as having not been legalised, it is likely that the document must then also be legalised by the destination-country’s UK Embassy or Consulate before being accepted. 

To find out more about what consular legalisation is and the services we offer please contact us or call us on 020 8941 7360.

Step 5

Get your documents legalised

If you have sent your notarised and apostilled document to its destination but it has been rejected as having not been legalised, it is likely that the document must then also be legalised by the destination-country’s UK Embassy or Consulate before being accepted. 

To find out more about what consular legalisation is and the services we offer please contact us or call us on 020 8941 7360.

Step 5

Get your documents legalised

If you have sent your notarised and apostilled document to its destination but it has been rejected as having not been legalised, it is likely that the document must then also be legalised by the destination-country’s UK Embassy or Consulate before being accepted. 

To find out more about what consular legalisation is and the services we offer please contact us or call us on 020 8941 7360.

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