Some countries require you not only to have your documents signed by a Notary Public, but to also obtain a seal confirming their authority to do so. This seal is called an Apostille.
An Apostille signifies that a document has been signed by an authorised notary or public official. It gives whoever sees the document, whether they are a government official, a business or individual, further confidence that your documents are genuine.
Obtaining an Apostille
An Apostille is obtained through the foreign office. In order for an Apostille to be obtained, the documents must be signed by an authorised notary and then sent to the Foreign Office in Milton Keynes. This process can take a number of days, however we work closely with a courier who can offer an express service If required.
We will ensure that your documents are processed as quickly as possible and have them delivered back to you with a minimum of fuss.
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