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Consular legalisation for Bahamas

Notarisation of documents for Bahamas

Documents for use in the Bahamas do not usually need to be legalised/Apostilled if they have been signed/authenticated by a UK notary (s. 102(1)(a) of the Bahamian Evidence Act 1996). Please confirm the requirements with the local instructing party. If further consular legalisation required, the Consulate can offer it for £80 per document (turnaround time 1 working day).

If consulate attestation is required, for example, in the case the document needs to be further legalised by another foreign Embassy in the UK (e.g. UAE Embassy) then the fee of £80 per document would apply. Turnaround time for consular legalisation is likely to be 1-2 working days.

High Commission of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas
10 Chesterfield Street
London W1J 5JL
T.020 7408 4488
F.0207499 9937
E-mail: information@bahamashclondon.net



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