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Consular legalisation for Sudan

Notarisation of documents for Sudan

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.

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).

Embassy of Sudan in London
3 Cleveland Row
St. James’s London SW1A 1DD
T.020 7839 8080


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