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Consular legalisation for Taipei

Notarisation of documents for Taipei

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.

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.


Taipei Representative Office in the U.K.

50 Grosvenor Gardens



Tel: 0207 881 2650

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


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