Philippine Legalisation

Our in-house Consular team can assist you from start to finish with legalising your documents for use in the Philippines.

We undertake the complete legalisation process on your behalf and ensure to ensure that your documents will be accepted when you come to use them in the Philippines.  Our fees and service includes the following process:

  1. Solicitor’s Certification (where required – see below)
  2. FCO Apostille Certificate (including their fee)
  3. Philippine Embassy Legalisation (including their fee)

Ready to get started?

Choose from an option below depending on whether your document needs Certification by UK Solicitor first.   In most cases, we can do that for you too.

No Certification Required

Examples: –

UK Birth/Marriage/Death Certificates
UK Divorce Documents (wet ink stamp)
HM Court Documents (wet ink stamp)
ACRO Police Documents (if signed)
Documents already Notarised

Certification Required

Examples: –

Educational & Training  Certificates
Passports & Driving Licences
Un-signed DBS/(CRB) Certificates
ACRO/Disclosure Scotland Certificates
Most Other Non-Public Documents

Business Documents

Examples: –

Companies House Documents
PoA & Agency Agreements
Export Documentation

Due to the complexity of commercial documents, we are happy to review them before you place your order.

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If you are not ready to order or would just like a quote, please click the button below.  We’ll ask you a few questions and get back to you quickly with a no-obligation quotation.

Documents consisting of more than 1 page must be bound together with ribbon and sealed otherwise they will be rejected by the Philippine Embassy.  This should be carried out by a UK Notary Public.   We also require a copy of your passport to submit to the Philippine Embassy. The passport must be in the same name as the subject person on the documents.  If you have any questions, please call us for free help and guidance on +44 20 8882 7889 or email us info@apostilles-direct.co.uk