Philippine Legalisation

Our in-house legalisation team have vast experience in preparing and legalising documents for acceptance in the Philippines.

We have completed the Legalisation process for the Philippines for hundreds of individuals and corporations.

To use a UK document in the Philippines, it will need to be legalised by both the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (Apostille) and the Philippine Embassy in London.  Our services below include this process as standard.

Some documents may need to be pre-certified by a UK Solicitor or Notarised by a Notary Public before the legalisation process can be started. We can also undertake this for you where possible. Please contact us for FREE help and guidance if you are unsure and we would be pleased to advise you.

  1. Send your documents to our London Office
  2. We’ll get a UK FCO Apostille for your document(s) and legalisation at the Philippine Embassy
  3. Completed document(s) are shipped back by courier to any address of your choice

 


Gold 5-day turnaround

  • UK Apostille -personal attendance at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London. (FCO fee included)
  • Philippine Embassy Legalisation – personal attendance at the Philippine Embassy in London. (Embassy fees included)
  • FREE delivery within the UK. (or we can also express courier your documents overseas at excellent rates)

Qty of documentsPrice
First document£249.00
Documents 2 to 5£159.00
Documents 6+£139.00

Silver 10 day turnaround

  • UK Apostille -personal attendance at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London. (FCO fee included)
  • Philippine Embassy Legalisation -personal attendance at the Philippine Embassy in London. (Embassy fees included)
  • FREE delivery within the UK. (or we can also express courier your documents overseas at excellent rates)

Qty of documentsPrice
First document£189.00
Documents 2 to 5£139.00
Documents 6+£119.00


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