Legal and/or procedural advice


You should check with the person or organisation with whom you are dealing with overseas as to their exact requirements.  As outlined below, we are generally asked to certify your signature and identity and cannot advise you with authority the exact requirements of the entity with whom you are dealing.We can offer rough guidance on what is normally required in the territory in which you are dealing with but it is best to seek confirmation of the exact requirements with the people with whom you are dealing with on the ground.    

We would specifically ask you to seek confirmation as to whether an Apostille is required or whether consulate legalisation is required.