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Consular legalisation for Hong Kong

Notarisation of documents for Hong Kong

Documents for use in Hong Kong usually require Foreign and Commonwealth Office Apostille only.
However, if further consular legalisation is still required by the instructing party in Hong Kong, this can be provided by the Chinese Consulate in London.
The consular application form must be duly filled in, dated and signed for submission along with the documentation and passport copy of the applicant/agent (purpose for legalisation must also be provided).
For documents in relation to private matters, the holder of the document is required to present photocopy of his valid ID (passport or UK driving License) along with the document requiring legalisation.
If the legalisation concerns commercial documents, the company’s legal representative must present a valid ID (passport or UK driving License), and a Companies House document showing his status as a legal representative of the company (e.g. Current Appointments Report or Certificate of Incorporation with Directors confirmation).
Documents certified by a notary public must have a notarial certificate and be properly bound with ribbon and seal to avoid rejection.
Photocopy of all documents is required.

Please allow 3 working days for express service and 4 working days for standard service for consular legalisation. The legalisation fee charge of the Chinese Consulate is £15 per document for private matters and £25 per document for commercial matters. If express service is required, an additional fee of £15 per document applies.

Chinese Consulate in London
49-51 Portland Place


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