Legalisation of a copy


The Consulate will legalises the copy of an original document only upon presentation of the original.

Certified copy: upon presentation of the original document, the Consulate makes a certified/legalised copy of it.

You can submit your application for legalisation either in person (by appointment). Please note that the Consulate can prepare the legalisation and post it to the applicant within some calendar days.

If you lodge your application by post, the consular services fee should be added along with the postal fee. Please make sure to include a self-addressed envelope, as well as a cover note with your phone number or e-mail address.

For information about the fees please visit: “Consular fees”.

Applicants should present a valid proof of ID (ID card, passport) when attending the appointment.