Some countries require that notarised documents are also ‘legalised’ in order to be accepted. This is a system which exists throughout the world and acts as confirmation that the notary’s signature is genuine. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office authenticates the notary’s signature and attaches a certificate called an ‘apostille’. Depending on the country involved, a check by the foreign embassy may also be necessary.

I can arrange legalisation for your document, at an additional charge, or you can arrange it directly, if preferred.