Business Document Attestation for The Philippines
UK companies conducting business in The Philippines will often find that their documents should be legalised before they are legally recognised.
Using our embassy legalisation service will ensure that your documents are quickly attested for use in the Philippines.
Philippines Attestation for Business Documents
Document legalisation and embassy attestation is an important way of recognising international document for use in an official capacity. Whether you are opening a bank account, signing agreements, setting up a new branch or selling goods or services, you may be asked to provide legalised documents.
Our inclusive service takes care of solicitor certification, the UK apostille and the embassy attestation. Your documents will be legalised for use in the Philippines so you can get on with business. Most orders are completed in approximately 7 to 10 working days.
Print Order Form
Print a copy of the order form if you would prefer not to order online or want to pay by cheque, postal order or bank transfer.
Order and Pay Online
Visit our online ordering pages to select your legalisation service and pay online securely.
How do we attest documents for use in The Philippines?
We make sure your document is preapred correctly and is suitable for submission to the embassy.
If your document needs to be certified by a solicitor we take care of it.
UK Apostille Added
The apostille certificate is then added to the document and embossed.
We submit the documents to the embassy for stamping to complete the attestation.
Benefits of Using Our Service
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Simply print the PDF order form and post to us.
Click Buy Now buttons and pay online. Then post your document to us.
During normal office hours you can call us, chat online or send us an email. We are happy to discuss your requirements and offer the best advice on how to proceed.
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What Does Philippines Attestation Look Like?
As with most embassies, documents must firstly be issued with the apostille. However, unlike most embassies, The Philippines embassy attestation is more than a simple stamp or certificate.
Once the embassy has validated the apostille they add their own cover sheet to the document. This cover sheet is legally bound, embossed and signed by an officer at the embassy.
Got a Question? Contact us!
This service ensures your commercial documents are correctly legalised in order to be used in an official capacity in The Philippines.
Our advisors are here to offer guidance on the process and time frame for legalising your documents. Contact us today for free advice.