The Hague Convention the Apostille Convention, or the Apostille Treaty, is an international treaty drafted by the Hague Conference on Private International Law.
1961 Apostille Convention abolished the requirement of traditional long and costly legalisation process for foreign public documents,with the issuance of a single Apostille certificate by a Authorised body in the country where the document issued.
Apostille Convention has been signed by more than 120 contracting parties
Education certificates that will be submitted for legalisation must be signed, certified, and dated by a UK solicitor or notary public, or a British Council representative. If the British Council certifies it, it must be an authentic educational qualification certificate. Please check with your local British Council first, as this service is not accessible everywhere.
When providing a medical document for Apostille certificate that must be signed by a medical practitioner and it must include the signatory’s contact information, including their email address, in the application. This is necessary in the event that when legalisation office need to contact with them to confirm their signature.
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Legalisation office can only accept original UK birth certificate or a certified copy from either the General Register Office (GRO) or local register office.
We can get certain UK official documents legalised by asking the Legalisation Office to verify that signature, stamp, or seal is from a UK public official.
As Kaya Legal we are a a registered Apostille service with the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and provide same day premium Apostille service. Our service is quick and smooth. There are no hidden fees.
We can arrange Apostille service for many documents including but not limited to:
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