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Foriegn embassy legalisation
Moving abroad for an amazing new job or need documents legalised for use overseas. Whatever your need, let us take care of the paperwork.
The first step is legalising and attest your UK documents for use abroad. It's a time-consuming task that requires days off school and travel to London.
The process of attestation must be completed in sequence and with exactly the right documentation.
Any mistake means delays and extra cost!
We are here to take the hassle out of the process. We have worked across various countries, so we know the pitfalls!
Your transition begins with the attestation process. We aim to make your transition as seamless as possible.
We have a staff of former expats, a public notary and administrators. We make it our priority to get your certificates are attested as quickly as possible.
We're based in West London, near to Heathrow, so we are perfectly placed to access embassies in the capital.
We understand the process of moving abroad. If you want a service delivered by people who have been there and done it, then look no further.
If you need apostille, notary and attestation we have it covered.
What is Attestation?
Attestation is the act of witnessing the signing of a formal document and then also signing it to verify that it was properly signed by those bound by its contents. Attestation is a legal acknowledgement of the authenticity of a document and a verification that proper processes were followed.
What is an Apostille?
An Apostille is a French word meaning certification. The Apostille is attached to your original document or a legalised copy to verify it is legitimate and authentic.
What is a Notary?
A notary is a publicly commissioned official who serves as an impartial witness to the signing of a legal document. Document signings where the services of a notary include education certificates real estate deeds, affidavits, wills, trusts and powers of attorney.
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