We understand that customers want to save money when legalising their documents. Solicitor’s fees, government charges and embassy costs can all start to add up. At this point you may want to save money on sending your document abroad by selecting Airmail. However, this is not always recommended.
Legalising your documents with the apostille can seem very confusing. After all, there are so many websites quoting different information, how do you know what to believe? We look at some of the most common myths when legalising your documents.
Foreign documents can be legalised in the UK
A certificate of incumbency is often required by UK companies who are trading overseas or have directors who are based outside the UK. The certificate can display a variety of details about the company. This includes anything from the company name to details about the shareholders.