Legalisation Service - Bangladesh

Generally speaking, to use a UK document in Bangladesh, the document needs to be legalised by Bangladesh embassy in the UK.

Legalisation

(personal document)

 

£64

per documentation

incl. Embassy charges

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Apostille + Legalisation

(personal document)

 

£124 / £194

per documentation

incl. FCO & Embassy charges

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Apostille + Legalisation

(personal document)

(incl. Solicitor Certification)

£136 / £209

per documentation

incl. Solicitor, FCO & Embassy charges

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Legalisation

(commercial document)

 

£80

per documentation

incl. Embassy charges

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Apostille + Legalisation

(commercial document)

 

£140 / £210

per documentation

incl. FCO & Embassy charges

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Apostille + Legalisation

(commercial document)

(incl. Solicitor Certification)

£152 / £225

per documentation

incl. Solicitor, FCO & Embassy charges

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What you should be aware of

  • Legalisation of personal "Power of Attorney" can only be arranged by the applicant in person at the embassy.
 

What's an Apostille?

 

An "Apostille" is a sticker provided by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) which confirms that a signature, stamp or seal (on your document) is from a UK public official (including solicitors) or that a document is from a UK public body.

In order to legalise a document, the embassy will need to see the apostille affixed on your documentation. If you haven't arranged for your document to be apostilled, we can obtain these from the UK FCO on your behalf.

Solicitor Certification (required for an Apostille)

 

If your document does not contain the signature, stamp or seal of a UK public official, it needs to be certified by a UK solicitor before being apostilled. We can provide the solicitor certification service for you at a competitive price.

*Please note that solicitor certification is NOT a witness service. If you have a document, such as Power of Attorney which requests a witness to your signature, then you should visit your local solicitor or notary public office to arrange it before sending the document to us for apostille.

These documents DO NOT need solicitor certification for an apostille:

Birth certificate, Marriage certificate, Civil Partnership certfiicate, Certificate of No Impediment (CNI), The Letter of No Trace, Death certificate, ACRO/NPCC/ICPC certificate, Decree Absolute with original wet stamp, Court documents with original wet stamp, Certificate of residence (HMRC), and other documents which have been signed by a UK public official.

These documents need a solicitor certification for an apostille:

Passport, Driving licence, Degree certificate, Transcript, GCSE result, Qualification certificates, School Report, TEFL certificate, DBS check, Scotland Disclosure, Access NI, HMRC document, P60, DWP Letter, Pension letter, HMPO document, Bank statement, Deed Poll, Naturalisation certificate, Electronic document, Employment letter, Enrollment letter, Translation, Utility bill, Certificate of Incorporation.