Legalisation Service

In order for your documents to be accepted in certain countries they may insist that, once notarised and then apostilled, your documents are subject to an additional level of verification in that they must go to the UK-based Embassy or consulate of the receiving country and verified. This process is commonly known as legalisation and involves lodging your documents with that country’s Embassy or consulate and having them counter-signed and stamped.

Having your documents legalised can add considerable complexity to the process of getting your documents ready for sending overseas as all consulates and Embassies have different procedures and costs.

It is highly advisable to speak to the recipient authority to find out what their exact requirements are in order for your documents to be accepted by them.

Legalisation Service – What We Offer

As a Surrey based notary public and legalisation service most Embassies and Consulates are located close to us and we have broad experience in obtaining legalisation from these Embassies. We can guide you through what can be a maze of different legalisation requirements and arrange for your documents to be legalised in accordance with the needs of the receiving country.

By using our legalisation service you save time, hassle and money legalising your documents as we can ensure that your documents are handled in the most efficient way possible. The clients that use our legalisation service include accountants, solicitors, fund managers and some well known UK companies. We are a name you can trust with legalising your documents. For more information or to discuss your requirements call us on 0208 941 7360 or contact us.

Legalisation Service

In order for your documents to be accepted in certain countries they may insist that, once notarised and then apostilled, your documents are subject to an additional level of verification in that they must go to the UK-based Embassy or consulate of the receiving country and verified. This process is commonly known as legalisation and involves lodging your documents with that country’s Embassy or consulate and having them counter-signed and stamped.

Having your documents legalised can add considerable complexity to the process of getting your documents ready for sending overseas as all consulates and Embassies have different procedures and costs.

It is highly advisable to speak to the recipient authority to find out what their exact requirements are in order for your documents to be accepted by them.

Legalisation Service – What We Offer

As a Surrey based notary public and legalisation service most Embassies and Consulates are located close to us and we have broad experience in obtaining legalisation from these Embassies. We can guide you through what can be a maze of different legalisation requirements and arrange for your documents to be legalised in accordance with the needs of the receiving country.

By using our legalisation service you save time, hassle and money legalising your documents as we can ensure that your documents are handled in the most efficient way possible. The clients that use our legalisation service include accountants, solicitors, fund managers and some well known UK companies. We are a name you can trust with legalising your documents. For more information or to discuss your requirements call us on 0208 941 7360 or contact us.

Legalisation Service

In order for your documents to be accepted in certain countries they may insist that, once notarised and then apostilled, your documents are subject to an additional level of verification in that they must go to the UK-based Embassy or consulate of the receiving country and verified. This process is commonly known as legalisation and involves lodging your documents with that country’s Embassy or consulate and having them counter-signed and stamped.

Having your documents legalised can add considerable complexity to the process of getting your documents ready for sending overseas as all consulates and Embassies have different procedures and costs.

It is highly advisable to speak to the recipient authority to find out what their exact requirements are in order for your documents to be accepted by them.

Legalisation Service – What We Offer

As a Surrey based notary public and legalisation service most Embassies and Consulates are located close to us and we have broad experience in obtaining legalisation from these Embassies. We can guide you through what can be a maze of different legalisation requirements and arrange for your documents to be legalised in accordance with the needs of the receiving country.

By using our legalisation service you save time, hassle and money legalising your documents as we can ensure that your documents are handled in the most efficient way possible. The clients that use our legalisation service include accountants, solicitors, fund managers and some well known UK companies. We are a name you can trust with legalising your documents. For more information or to discuss your requirements call us on 0208 941 7360 or contact us.

Legalisation Service

In order for your documents to be accepted in certain countries they may insist that, once notarised and then apostilled, your documents are subject to an additional level of verification in that they must go to the UK-based Embassy or consulate of the receiving country and verified. This process is commonly known as legalisation and involves lodging your documents with that country’s Embassy or consulate and having them counter-signed and stamped.

Having your documents legalised can add considerable complexity to the process of getting your documents ready for sending overseas as all consulates and Embassies have different procedures and costs.

It is highly advisable to speak to the recipient authority to find out what their exact requirements are in order for your documents to be accepted by them.

Legalisation Service – What We Offer

As a Surrey based notary public and legalisation service most Embassies and Consulates are located close to us and we have broad experience in obtaining legalisation from these Embassies. We can guide you through what can be a maze of different legalisation requirements and arrange for your documents to be legalised in accordance with the needs of the receiving country.

By using our legalisation service you save time, hassle and money legalising your documents as we can ensure that your documents are handled in the most efficient way possible. The clients that use our legalisation service include accountants, solicitors, fund managers and some well known UK companies. We are a name you can trust with legalising your documents. For more information or to discuss your requirements call us on 0208 941 7360 or contact 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.

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.

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.

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.

Step 2

Apostille Your Documents

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

Apostille Your Documents

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

Apostille Your Documents

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

Apostille Your Documents

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?

Each Embassy sets their own fees and we can advise how much it will cost you and how long it will take to complete the legalisation.  Our Order Form provides details of where to forward you documents once you have a quote from us. For a bespoke quote to legalise your documents please contact us.

To view and complete our Order Form you will need to have installed Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Step 3

How Much
Will it Cost?

Each Embassy sets their own fees and we can advise how much it will cost you and how long it will take to complete the legalisation.  Our Order Form provides details of where to forward you documents once you have a quote from us. For a bespoke quote to legalise your documents please contact us.

To view and complete our Order Form you will need to have installed Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Step 3

How Much Will it Cost?

Each Embassy sets their own fees and we can advise how much it will cost you and how long it will take to complete the legalisation.  Our Order Form provides details of where to forward you documents once you have a quote from us. For a bespoke quote to legalise your documents please contact us.

To view and complete our Order Form you will need to have installed Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Step 3

How much will it cost?

Each Embassy sets their own fees and we can advise how much it will cost you and how long it will take to complete the legalisation.  Our Order Form provides details of where to forward you documents once you have a quote from us. For a bespoke quote to legalise your documents please contact us

To view and complete our Order Form you will need to have installed Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Step 4

Accepted in the Overseas Country

Legalisation overview of documents

In certain circumstances it may be necessary that, in addition to your documents being legalised by the Embassy or consulate, for the documents to be certified by the London Chamber of Commerce and the British Arab Chamber of Commerce. We can advise whether this additional step is required. For advice on whether this additional step is required please contact us.

Step 4

Accepted in the Overseas Country

Legalisation overview of documents

In certain circumstances it may be necessary that, in addition to your documents being legalised by the Embassy or consulate, for the documents to be certified by the London Chamber of Commerce and the British Arab Chamber of Commerce. We can advise whether this additional step is required. For advice on whether this additional step is required please contact us.

Step 4

Accepted in the
Overseas Country

Legalisation overview of documents

In certain circumstances it may be necessary that, in addition to your documents being legalised by the Embassy or consulate, for the documents to be certified by the London Chamber of Commerce and the British Arab Chamber of Commerce. We can advise whether this additional step is required. For advice on whether this additional step is required please contact us.

Step 4

Accepted in the overseas country

Legalisation overview of documents

In certain circumstances it may be necessary that, in addition to your documents being legalised by the Embassy or consulate, for the documents to be certified by the London Chamber of Commerce and the British Arab Chamber of Commerce. We can advise whether this additional step is required. For advice on whether this additional step is required please contact us.

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