Many countries have not ratified the Hague Convention articles concerning the abolition of state specific requirements for documentation intended for use within their states jurisdiction. These countries have varying requirements with different requirements which typically include Notary, FCO and Embassy involvement as well as in many cases other specific supporting information such as certified translations etc.
Universal Legal Services have a deep understanding of the requirements which need to be considered in order to legalise your document for use in any specific jurisdiction around the world and provide a complete end to end service including transport and representation of your document to the relevant competent authorities.
The tool below shows the requirements which need to be considered for the legalisation of documentation within the majority of jurisdictions around the world. This tool is updated as and when changes to a states requirements are detected by our cases managers and while believed to be consistently up to date with current requirements should be used for guidance purposes only.
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