UK Issued Document Attestation
This particular service aims at providing Apostille Closure related to the UK issued documents. Choose this help for validating your information to be used within a particular nation of Hague Conference. The Apostille help is provided for validating information which can be used overseas. All that you need to do is complete the transaction type and share your information with us to be made legitimate. We can legitimate exclusive certifications belonging to UK academic qualifications. There are two different types of certificate documents – business and personal certificates. The Ministry of External Affairs Apostille department performs the legalization of documents. However, before that you need to get you get your certificates attested by Notary, HRD attestation/ SDM/ attestation
Personal documents for legalization
There are several personal documents such as birth certificates, marriage certificate, court papers, academic certificates and death certificates which have to be attested. Another common document which has to be attested is National Identification Service, Disclosure Scotland or any other same criminal record check documents. These documents are needed by those who are working outside United Kingdom. Certificates of Good Standing which are signed by an official of Companies House, UK Civil Partnership Certificates are slowly also becoming the part of certificate attestation apostille.
Business Certificates for Legalization/apostille
Business documents comprise of memorandum and incorporation and articles of association. These types of documents often need an attestation in order to prove the existence of a UK company when shifting or taking their business abroad. Certificates of Incorporation – Signed by an official of Companies House; and Memorandum and Articles of Association – Signed by an official of Companies House and Notarial Acts among others belong to the category of certificate and document attestation apostille.
Documents or certificates which have to be legalised should be UK documents. Even though if they are copied, they must have original signature, a stamp or seal from the relevant public official of United Kingdom. It is often that copies of original documents/certificates have to be certified by a Notary Public or Solicitor.