Identify your personal information, signature and your document content by using our certification services.
Countries which are members of The Hague Convention of 1961, formal documents may need to be authenticated by a UK solicitor or notarised (i.e. certified by a Notary Public) and then legalised by Apostille (i.e. certified again by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office). Countries which is not member of The Hague Convention, formal documents may need to be authenticated by a UK solicitor or notarised (i.e. certified by a Notary Public) and then legalised (i.e. certified again) by that country’s foreign consulate or embassy. If you have been advised that certain documents require notarisation and/or legalisation, you will need to make an appointment with a Notary Public in order to arrange this. Premium legalisation services will authenticated your documents on your behalf with a UK solicitor or by a notary public to offer you a wide range of services for individual and industrial clients for British and non-British documents.
A service made for documents which are required to be authenticated by a UK solicitor or notarised (i.e. certified by a Notary Public) prior to submission for the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Or if you want to get a notarial certificate or any written statement ex(affidavit) signed and sealed by notary public.