ATTESTING DOCUMENTS AT EMBASSIES
Legalising documents with foreign embassies and consulates in South Africa can be tiresome. Calls unanswered, emails ignored, and websites without clear advice confuse most customers. We make the whole task a lot easier.
Our embassy legalisation service will ensure your important documents are correctly submitted to the relevant embassy. We process documents every day to ensure a quick turnaround. Knowledge of each I'd like to point out that knowledge of each consulates attestation requirements makes that no delays occur.
We can arrange for your documents to be processed through most of the embassies and consulates in South Africa. Every embassy has its own rules and procedures for submitting documents. Our experienced team know how to correctly apply for the relevant stamp or certificate.
Our document legalisation experts apply for the relevant stamp or certificate correctly at more than a hundred embassies in Pretoria. We have working relationships with most embassies as we legalise thousands of documents per year with various embassies on a regular basis.
We offer a comprehensive embassy document attestation service. We can arrange your documents to be legalised attested in just a few days.Comprehensive Embassy Document Attestation ServiceWe take care of the entire process. Send us your documents and save yourself a lot of trouble.
- One simple to complete the order form to complete and post with your documents. Click for Online Quotation & Order Form
- On receipt, your documents are checked for suitability and to confirm the best way to process them. Click here for the list of commonly legalised documents.
- We then attend the various governmental departments, translator, High Court, DIRCO (Department of Foreign Affairs) and the relevant embassy. It can take up to 10 attendances at multiple institutions to legalise your documents up to embassy level.
- We add embassy fees onto our account. We first get a quotation of costs, especially if the documents are for corporate or business purposes. Some embassies charge substantial fees for these corporate legalisations.
We understand that attesting documents for use abroad can be complicated. We are here to make your life easier. Do not hesitate to contact us for help or advice. You are also welcome to visit our offices to discuss your options, costs, and estimated time frames.
For further information please contact:Zune Naude Louwrens Koen Attorneys
Office,4, Second Floor, Northern Pavilion, Loftus Versveld, 416 Kirkness Street, Pretoria.