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Consular Legalisation

CONSULAR LEGALISATION

Consular Legalisation Fees, Embassy opening hours, document cost and time.

For Consular Legalisation please click on the applicable flag to select the country where your document is to be submitted to obtain information about each London Consulate.

 

By clicking on the flag a display will appear showing the Consular Legalisation process and the level of fees and likely time scales as well as the Consulates address and contact details along with a map.

Legalisation Process

 

 


DISCLAIMER

Nearly all London Consulates reserve the right to change their opening times, fee scales and turn around times at short notice and invariably do so!.
Many Consulates will be closed on the religious holidays for their jurisdiction.
Please always contact the Consulate directly to verify their opening times before you make any firm plans based around their advertised timescale, which may change at short notice.
Consulate opening times are often amended at short notice and the information shown below is based on currently advertised times in 2014 and is subject to change and amendment.
Whilst we regularly update our information we do not accept any form of liability if a Consulate changes their opening times or fees from the information given below which has simply been compiled from previously advertised times. 

 

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LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by Consular legalisation from the Consulate of Qatar in London.
Foreign documents are not accepted, except documents issued in the Republic of Ireland, Norway, Iceland, Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man and Channel Islands, which must be firstly attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the respective country of origin prior to submitting to the consular section of the Embassy of Qatar in the UK for further attestation.

Commercial documents such as: certificate of origin, invoices, packing list, bill of lading, certificate of goods…etc, must be stamped by the London and Arab-British Chambers of Commerce prior to submitting to Consulate.

For educational certificates, they now require that consulate attestation must be supported by the following three items below:
1) Certificate/Diploma;
2) Supported by the transcript; and
3) A cover letter from the issuing educational body confirming ALL the points set out below:

  • The qualification / genuineness of the certificate,              
  • The mode and type of study: whether full time/part-time or distance learning (E-learning)/ proximate learning (face to face learning),
  • The place of study and the place where the examination was held,
  • The awarded title of the issued diploma, i.e Degree (BA or Bsc), Masters or Doctorate program,
  • The length of the course,
  • The actual dates of study (start date and the end date).

Please note that items 1), 2) and 3) above must be attested by the UK FCO. In addition, any certificate obtained via distance learning or an online program will NOT be accepted for attesting as this is not in accordance with the rules of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Doha.

TIME AND FEES
Please allow around 4-5 days for consular legalisation. The legalisation fee charge of the Consulate of Qatar is £38 per document related to commercial matters and £25 per document related to personal matters.

In regard to educational certificates, the consular legalisation fee is £25 per page of the document, even if the document has only one Apostille, the other pages must be stamped by the Qatari Consulate. 

The consulate accept submission of documents on Mondays and Thursdays ONLY.

LONDON CONTACT
Qatar Embassy in London
1 South Audley St
London
W1K 1NB
T.020 7493 2200

http://www.qatarembassy.info/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as Romania is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
Embassy of Romania to the UK, Consular Section
M.E.I.C. House
344 Kensington High Street
London
W14 8NS
T. 020 7602 9833
F. 020 7602 4229
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]

http://londra.mae.ro/en/node/818

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as the Russian Federation is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
Embassy of the Russian Federation
5 Kensington Palace Gardens
London
W8 4QS
T.0203 668 7474
[email protected]

http://www.rusemb.org.uk/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS

Documents for use in Samoa usually do not need to be legalised if they are signed/authenticated by a UK notary public (s. 28(2) of the Samoan Evidence Ordinance 1961 (as amended))

CONTACT
Samoan Consulate
Church Cottage
Pedlinge, Nr Hythe
Kent CT12 5JL
T.01303 260 541

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required by virtue of the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
San Marino Consulate
162 Sloane Street
London
SW1X 9BS
T.1268-292443
[email protected]

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by legalisation by the Consulate of Saudi Arabia. Commercial documents additionally require legalisation at the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Arab-British Chamber of Commerce and Industry prior to submitting to the Consulate of Saudi Arabia.

The Embassy requires copy of a passport of the signatory (ies) and copy of the Certificate of Incorporation in case of commercial documents. 

The signatory (ies) passport (s) must be typed in/written under/against his name for Powers of Attorney, Authorisations of Agent and Agreements. In case of Saudi Arabian nationals, their ID numbers need to be typed in against each name appointed.

For a work permit application and legalisation of educational certificates, document(s) must be presented through the Cultural Attaché and not through the consular section.

For legalisation of personal documents, the holder must attend the consular section to submit the documentation in person.

Two photocopies of each document are required in case of company documents, and the name and address of the consignee or agent in Saudi Arabia must appear on each document. 

TIME AND FEES
Please allow up to 5-7 working days for the legalisation of commercial documents through the London and Arab-British Chambers of Commerce.

The legalisation fee charge of the Consulate of Saudi Arabia is £9 per commercial document plus £48.03 for London and Arab-British Chambers of Commerce for standard service. For private documents, the legalisation fee is £12 per document.

LONDON CONTACT
Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
30 Charles Street
London
W1J 5DZ
T.02079173000
F.2079173113
[email protected]

http://embassies.mofa.gov.sa/sites/uk/EN/Pages/default.aspx

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by Consular legalisation from the Consulate of Senegal in London.
Photocopy of the documents is required.

TIME AND FEES
Please allow around 7 working days for consular legalisation. The legalisation fee charge of the Consulate of Senegal is £14 per document. The Embassy may offer an express service for £50 per document which takes around 2 working days.

LONDON CONTACT
Consular section of the Embassy of Senegal in London
39 Marloes Road
London W8 6LA
T.020 7938 4048
[email protected]

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as Serbia is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in London
28 Belgrave Square
London
SW1X 8QB
T.0207 235 9049
[email protected]

http://www.london.mfa.gov.rs/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required by virtue of the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
Republic of Seychelles Consulate in London
24 Berkeley Court
Baker Street
London NW1 5NA
T.0207 935 7770
F.0207 486 3272

http://www.seychelles-gov.net/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS

Documents for use in Sierra Leone usually do not need to be legalised if they are signed/authenticated by a UK notary public (s. 2 of the Sierra Leoneon Proof of Documents (Commonwealth and Foreign Countries) Act 1961 and, specifically for affidavits, Order 31, para. 12 of the High Court Rules 2007).

However, the consulate of Sierra Leone still provides legalisation if required. Prior to presenting the document to the consular section, it must be Apostilled by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

The Consulate requires a covering letter if the document does not mention Sierra Leone. Photocopy of the document is also required.

TIME AND FEES
Please allow around 3-5 working days for consular legalisation. The legalisation fee charge of the Consulate of Sierra Leone is £200 per document.

LONDON CONTACT
Sierra Leone High Commission
41 Eagle Street
Holborn
London WC1R 4AT
T.020 7404 0140

http://www.slhc-uk.org/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by Consular legalisation from the Singapore Consulate in London.
Photocopy of the document is required.

TIME AND FEES
Please allow up to 2-4 working days for consular legalisation. The legalisation fee charge of the Singapore Consulate is £5 per document.

LONDON CONTACT
High Commission of the Republic of Singapore in London
9 Wilton Crescent
Belgravia
London SW1X 8SP
T.0207 235 8315
[email protected]

http://www.mfa.gov.sg/content/mfa/overseasmission/london.html

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as Slovakia is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
The Embassy of the Slovak Republic in London
25 Kensington Palace Gardens
London
W8 4QY
T.02073136470
F.02073136481
[email protected]

http://www.mzv.sk/londyn

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as Slovenia is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in London
10 Little College Street
London
SW1P 3SH
T.020 7222 5700
F.020 7222 5277
[email protected]

http://london.embassy.si/index.php?id=34&L=1

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Documents for use in the Solomon Islands usually do not need to be legalised if they are signed/authenticated by a UK notary public (s. 203(2) of the Solomon Islands Land and Titles (General) Regulations 1969 (as amended). Please confirm with the local instructing party.

LONDON CONTACT
High Commission for the Solomon Islands
Avenue Edouard Lacombe 17B 1040
Brussels
Belgium

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as Somalia is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
The Somali Embassy in London
Moran House, Suite 9
449-451 High Road
London NW10 2JJ
T.020 8459 9000
[email protected]

http://www.uk.somaligov.net/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Documents for use in the Republic of South Africa usually do not need to be legalised if they are signed/authenticated by a UK notary public (r. 63(2)(e) of the South African Uniform Rules of Court (version as of 26th June 2009).

In some cases, Foreign and Commonwealth Office Apostille may be required. Please confirm the requirements with the local instructing party.

LONDON CONTACT
South African High Commission
South Africa House
Trafalgar Square
London
WC2N 5DP
T.020 7451 7299
F.0207839 5670

http://southafricahouseuk.com/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as Spain is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
Spanish Consulate
20 Draycott Place
London
SW3 2RZ
T.020 7589 8989

http://www.exteriores.gob.es/consulados/londres/en/Pages/inicio.aspx

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by Consular legalisation from the Consulate of Sri Lanka in London.
Photocopy of the document is required.

TIME AND FEES
Please allow at least 10 working days for standard consular legalisation or 1-2 working days for express consular legalisation.

The legalisation fee charge of the Consulate of Sri Lanka is £15 per document for standard service and £30 per document for express service.

LONDON CONTACT
Sri Lanka High Commission in London
13 Hyde Park Gardens
London
W2 2LU
T.020 7262 1841
[email protected]

http://www.srilankahighcommission.co.uk/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS

Documents for use in Saint Kitts and Nevis usually do not need to be legalised if they are signed/authenticated by a UK notary public (s. 160(1)(a)(iv) of the Saint Kitts and Nevis Evidence Act 2011 (as amended). Please confirm the requirements with the local instructing party.

LONDON CONTACT
St Kitts & Nevis High Commission in London
10 Kensington Court, Kensington
London W8 5DL
T.020 7937 9718
F.020 7937 7484
[email protected]

http://www.stkittsnevisuk.com/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as St. Lucia is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT

High Commission For St Lucia
1 Collingham Gardens
London
SW5 0HW
T.020 7370 7123

http://www.stluciahcuk.org/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS

Documents for use in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines usually do not need to be legalised if they are signed/authenticated by a UK notary public (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Evidence Act 1988 (as amended). Please confirm the requirements with the local instructing party.

LONDON CONTACT
High Commission for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
10 Kensington Court
London
W8 5DL
T.020 7460 1256 /020 7565 2874 /F.020 7937 6040
email: [email protected]

http://www.svghighcom.co.uk/site/Home.html

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by Consular legalisation from the Consulate of Sudan (North) in London.

Commercial documents additionally require legalisation at the London and Arab-British Chambers of Commerce and Industry prior to submitting to the Consulate.

The Consulate of Sudan in London also has jurisdiction for documents issued in the Republic of Ireland. These documents must first be legalised by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs prior to submission to consular section.

Where a commercial invoice requires legalisation for Sudan, the Consulate reserves the right to charge a percentage fee based on the value of the invoice.

Documents may be submitted as a bundle, provided they are bound with ribbon and sealed by the certifying officer.

Foreign documents may be rejected.
Three photocopies of all documents is required.

TIME AND FEES
Please allow up to 10 working days for consular legalisation of commercial documents via London and Arab-British Chambers of Commerce via standard service or 3-4 working days via express service.

The legalisation fee charge of the Sudan (North) Consulate varies according to the documentation type. The consular fee is £55 per document for commercial matters plus additional fees for legalisation via London and Arab-British Chambers of Commerce (£48.03 for standard service or £87.03 for express service); £15 for an academic certificate per document; and £22 per document for personal matters (e.g birth, marriage and death certificates and private Powers of Attorneys).

LONDON CONTACT
Embassy of Sudan in London
3 Cleveland Row
St. James’s London SW1A 1DD
T.020 7839 8080
[email protected]

http://www.sudan-embassy.co.uk/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by Consular legalisation from the Consulate of the South Sudan in London.
Photocopy of the document is required.
The Consulate of South Sudan in London also has jurisdiction for documents issued in the Republic of Ireland. These documents must first be legalised by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs prior to submission to the consular section.

TIME AND FEES
Please allow around 3 days for consular legalisation. The legalisation fee charge of the Consulate of the South Sudan is £50 per document for commercial matters and £20 per document for educational certificates and other types of personal documents.

LONDON CONTACT
Consular Section of Embassy of The Republic of South Sudan
16 Upper Woburn Place
London WC1H 0BS
T.0203 741 8083
[email protected]

http://embrss.org.uk/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required by virtue of the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
The Honorary Consul for the Republic of Suriname
89 Pier House
31 Cheyne Walk
London SW3 5HG
T.07768-196326
F.20-7 349 0663
[email protected]

http://www.honoraryconsul.info/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as Swaziland is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
Swaziland High Commission
20 Buckinham Gate
London SW14 6LB
T.02076306611
F.02076306564
[email protected]

http://www.gov.sz/index.php?option=com_content&id=456&Itemid=270

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as Sweden is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
Embassy of Sweden
11 Montagu Place
London W1H 2AL
T.020 7917 6400
F.20 7724 4174
[email protected]

http://www.swedenabroad.com/london

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as Switzerland is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
Embassy of Switzerland
16-18 Montagu Place
London W1H 2BQ
T.020 7616 6000
F.020 7724 7001
[email protected]

https://www.eda.admin.ch/london
http://www.swissembassy.org.uk/london.html

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by legalisation from the London Chamber of Commerce and Arab-British Chamber of Commerce only as the Syrian Consulate in London is closed.
Photocopy of the document is required. 

TIME AND FEES
Please allow up to 5 working days for London and Arab-British Chambers of Commerce legalisation via standard service and 1-2 working days via express service.

The legalisation fee is £48.03 per commercial document for standard service or £87.03 per commercial document for express service.

LONDON CONTACT (may no longer be available)
Consular Section of the Syrian Embassy
8 Belgrave Square
London SW1X 8PH
T.0207245 9012
F.0207235 4621

http://syremb.com/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by Consular legalisation from the Taipei Representative Office in the U.K. located in London.

The Applicant and Agent’s passport copies are required. The application form available on the consulate’s website needs to be filled in and signed by the holder of the document/Applicant.  

The Consulate also requires for the holder of the document, whether private or company, to issue a separate letter of authorisation to the Agent to legalise the document on their behalf and it must be notarised only (no Apostille required).  The letter of authorisation must have the expire date.  

For personal documents such as a school letter/ education certificate/ qualification certificate, the English notary public must certify that confirmation of authenticity from the issuing party has been established.

The Taipei Representative Office in London also has jurisdiction for the legalisation of documents issued in the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, the Turks and Caicos Islands, the Falkland Islands, Ghana, the Seychelles and Sierra Leone. Documents with a connection to places north of Durham, including Cumbria and Scotland, must be sent to the Taipei Representative Office in Edinburgh, which also has jurisdiction for the Isle of Man.

Photocopy of the document is required. 

TIME AND FEES
Please allow up to 3-4 working days for standard consular legalisation and 1 working day for express consular legalisation. The legalisation fee charge of the Taipei Representative Office in the U.K. is £12 per document for standard service and £18 per documents for express service.

LONDON CONTACT

Taipei Representative Office in the U.K.

50 Grosvenor Gardens

London

SW1W 0EB

Tel: 0207 881 2650

Counter Service Hours: 09:30 am to 12:30 pm, Monday to Friday

http://web.roc-taiwan.org/uk_en/index.html
http://web.roc-taiwan.org/uk_en/post/27.html

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as Tajikistan is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961)

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales

LONDON CONTACT
Embassy of the Republic of Tajikistan
26-28 Hammersmith Grove
London W6 7BA
T.0208 834 1003
F.0208 834 1100
[email protected]

http://www.tajembassy.org.uk

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by Consular legalisation from the Consulate of Tanzania in London.
A covering letter from the Agent is required on submission along with the original document and its photocopy. A passport copy of the holder of the document is also required.
Foreign documents are not accepted, except document issued in the Republic of Ireland which is part of the jurisdiction of the Tanzanian Consulate in London. 

TIME AND FEES
Please allow up to 5 days for consular legalisation. The legalisation fee charge of the Consulate of Tanzania is £26 per document

LONDON CONTACT
High Commission of the United Republic of Tanzania
3 Stratford Place
London
W1C 1AS
T.0207 569 1470
[email protected]

http://tanzaniahighcommission.co.uk/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by Consular legalisation from the Thai Consulate in London.
Photocopy of the document is required.

TIME AND FEES
Please allow 4-5 working days for consular legalisation. The legalisation fee charge of the Thai Consulate is £10 per document.

LONDON CONTACT
Royal Thai Embassy
29-30 Queen’s Gate
London
SW7 5JB
T.020 7589 2944
[email protected]

http://www.thaiembassyuk.org.uk

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by Consular legalisation from the Togo Consulate in London.
Photocopy of the document is required.

TIME AND FEES
Please allow 3-4 working days for consular legalisation. The legalisation fee charge of the Togo Consulate is £35 per personal documents and £100 per company documents.

LONDON CONTACT
The Embassy of Togo in London
83 Baker Street, W1U 6AG
Tel. 0044 (0) 2070347685/86
Email: [email protected]

[email protected]
www.togoembassylondon.com

http://www.ambafrance-uk.org/-Consulate-in-London-

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Documents for use in Tonga usually do not need to be legalised if they are signed/authenticated by a UK notary public (ss. 50(e) and 52 of the Tongan Evidence Act 1924 (as amended). Please confirm the requirements with the local instructing party.

LONDON CONTACT
Tonga High Commission
36 Molyneux Street
London
W1H 5BQ
T.020 7724 5828
[email protected]

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Documents for use in Trinidad & Tobago usually do not need to be legalised if they are signed/authenticated by a UK notary public (s. 19(1A) of the Trinidad and Tobagan Evidence Act 1848 (as amended). Please confirm the requirements with the local instructing party.

LONDON CONTACT
High Commission of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago
42 Belgrave Square
London
SW1X 8NT
T.020 7245 9351
[email protected]

http://www.tthighcommission.co.uk/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by Consular legalisation from the Tunisian Consulate in London.
Photocopy of the document is required.

TIME AND FEES
Please allow around one week for consular legalisation. The legalisation fee charge of the Tunisian Consulate is £3 per document.

LONDON CONTACT
Embassy of Tunisia
29 Prince’s Gate
London
SW7 1QG
T.020 7584 8117
[email protected]

http://www.at-londres.diplomatie.gov.tn/

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation is required only.
(no further form of Consulate legalisation is required as Turkey is a party to the Hague Convention of 05 October 1961).

TIME AND FEES
Please see our legalisation section for a guide to Foreign Office Fees and Time Scales.

LONDON CONTACT
Embassy of the Republic of Turkey
43 Belgrave Square
London
SW1X 8PA
T.020 7591 6900
[email protected]
[email protected]

http://www.turkishconsulate.org.uk/en/
http://london.emb.mfa.gov.tr

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Legalisation required.
This is followed by Consular legalisation from the Consulate of Turkmenistan in London.
Each document should be certified and legalised separately and sealed properly with a ribbon.  
Photocopy of all the documents must be provided to the consular section of the Embassy of Turkmenistan. 

TIME AND FEES
Please allow 7-10 working days for standard consular legalisation and 2-3 working days for express consular legalisation. The legalisation fee charge of the Consulate of Turkmenistan is £85 per document for standard consular legalisation.

LONDON CONTACT
Embassy of Turkmenistan
131 Holland Park Avenue
London
W11 4UT
T.020 7610 5239
F.020 7751 1903
[email protected]

http://uk.tmembassy.gov.tm/en

LEGALISATION & APOSTILLE REQUIREMENTS
Documents, especially affidavits and statutory declarations, for use in Tuvalu do not usually need to be legalised if they are signed/authenticated by a UK notary public (ss. 13 and 14 of the Tuvaluan Oaths and Statutory Declarations Act 1979 (as amended). Please confirm the requirements with the local instructing party.

LONDON CONTACT
Tuvaluan Consulate in London
Tuvalu House
230 Worple Road
London
SW20 8RH
T.0208879 0985
[email protected]

http://www.un.int/wcm/content/site/tuvalu/cache/offonce/pid/3709;jsessionid=2A81D59DDBB56333BFC0F7925C3245AD
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