Embassy Legalisation of Business Documents
Legalising business documents with the Embassies in London often requires many steps. Obtaining apostilles, working with solicitors and submitting documents to through the Chamber. It can be time consuming and costly if you get it wrong. This process is normally referred to as attestation or legalisation. Put simply, documents need to be stamped or certified by the UK based embassy or consulate. We provide a complete service, taking care of every step for you.
We can assist with attesting documents at many embassies and consulates. For more information visit our information pages –
Legalising business documents with embassies is often called document attestation. We can assist in the attesting of your business or commercial documents with our expert knowledge.
Over 20 years of experience means we know their own procedures when legalising documents. For example UAE embassy legalisation has specific rules on the collation of documents. Business documents that need Kuwaiti attestation are processed via the Chamber of Commerce. The Chinese embassy will only legalise documents which have been issued in a certain time frame.
The attestation of documents can be issued in different formats. Some embassy attestation may be a stamp, seal, or certificate that is attached to the document. Processing documents can vary and may take several days or 2-3 weeks. With many years of experience, we can offer guidance on how to present your documents to ensure they are attested in the quickest possible time frame.