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Legalisation & Apostille

These days, simply notarising documents may not be enough to satisfy the jurisdictional requirements of your country of origin. It's becoming increasingly important to have an Apostille Stamp or Apostille Certificate, an official affirmation that the document is genuine, and that it may be used in another country. ​

We can help you get an Apostille Certificate for a variety of documents. These may be personal, including degrees and diplomas; birth, marriage and death certificates; powers of attorneys; passports; police checks; and documents from the courts, HMRC or the Home Office. Or they may be corporate, including constitutional documents; certificates of good standing; registers of officers' agreements; and financial statements. The list goes on.​

Our highly efficient team of experts can help you determine the correct requirements, which can include arranging translation of documents for the host country, making physical or virtual notarial visits, and obtaining Apostille Certificates from many different authorities, organisations and governmental offices. We can also provide a simple document validation and certification service on a volume scale.

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