Legalisation of Documents
Everyday Export Documents such as Arab Certificates of Origin are legalised through ourselves as part of the huge Chamber Network.
We can arrange to legalise any document for you that you may require whether it be for shipping purposes or even Regulatory Affairs such as:
Certificates of Manufacture and Free Sale
Certificates of Analysis
Power of Attorney
Registration of Company, Product or Trademark
Memorandum and Articles of Association
Certificate of Incorporation
Certificate of Good Standing
Company Trade or Finance Report
Legal Notarised Documents
Please note that every Embassy works at its own pace. If you require legalised documents for a Letter of Credit for instance, we would recommend that you send these in to us when the goods are leaving your premises or slightly earlier if possible. Some of the Embassies can take up to 3 or 4 weeks to complete the legalisation process.
What do I need to send to the Chamber with my Document?
For documents such as the above, we only need the originally signed document but please ensure that it is signed by someone who is listed on your Signatory Sheet.
Due to the cost of these documents, we will return them to you by Special Delivery or you can collect them – this is simply to avoid the risk of loss in the post.
How do I apply for my Document to be legalised?
When it comes to legalisation of individual documents, the Embassies will only process originally signed documents.
Please send us an email detailing what docuemnt(s) you require to be legalised and we will be able to provide you with the current cost and let you know how long the process will take. You will then need to send the documents to us in the post and we will then do the rest.
Please note that we have to send payment to the Embassy with the document so we would respectfully ask you to send in your payment with the document.