Notarisation Services: New Solutions to Keep Business Moving

Notary Public OPEN FOR BUSINESS to Notarise & Legalise documents remotely during COVID-19 Lockdown

Discover how our remote Notarisation Services gives you the exact steps to keep business moving during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Hi there. It’s Matthew Pryke, London, Notary Public. Just a quick message to from or Notaries team, to wish all of our Notary clients to keep well and healthy during this uncertain time. I hope you’re all keeping safe and healthy. We have been keeping busy doing plenty of ...

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4000 Notary Clients! WOW & Thank You

London Notary Public practice celebrates helping 4000 clients with their Notarisation and Legalisation requirements. Matthew Pryke explains what a privilege and pleasure it is to be able to assist so many Notary clients and businesses with their requirements for seeking Notary stamps, Apostilles and requirements for having documents recognised overseas.

In this video, Matthew explains why he is committed to demystifying the Notary profession to ensure clients are provided with a new opportunity to get documents Notarised quickly, ...

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Free Apostille Legalisation advice – Notary Secrets Episode 2

Free Apostille Legalisation advice is key to ensure your Notarised document will be accepted. What is an Apostille? Do I even need a Legalisation Certificate? How do I get Apostille and how quickly can I get a certificate and who issues a Legalisation stamp.

In our latest episode of Notary Secrets, we explain how we can get Apostilles issued by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on the same day. As always, if you have any questions or would like us ...

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Chinese Legalisation – A guide to the Chinese Embassy Requirements

If you need to legalise a document for use in China you will need to deal with the Chinese Embassy in London. The Chinese Embassy is very particular about the manner in which Notarised documents can then be legalised. Once the document is notarised it must then be legalised by way of Apostille certificate issued by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.  The next step is to present this legalised and notarised document to the Chinese Embassy, so additional Consular stamps can ...

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What is an Apostille?

An apostille is a certificate to authenticate an official public document, for its use abroad, as stated by the Hague Convention 1961. Apostilles are a way of certificating the document owner’s signature, thus authenticating its origin and ensuring documents will be recognised and valid abroad.

Documents that can be legalised by the use of apostilles include birth certificates; death certificates; marriage certificates; documents of administrative nature; documents emanating from an authority or an official with a court, tribunal or commission; extracts ...

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Notarising Education Certificates for Qatar – A Notary Guide

If you are seeking to notarise and legalise an education qualification, such as a University degree, for Qatar you should be aware that as of 1 June 2016 new rules were introduced by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Doha. All qualification certificate holders of diploma degrees, BA/BSc/M.A and PhD issued outside of the state of Qatar will need firstly to be notarised.  Once notarised the notarised qualification certificates can then be submitted for legalisation.  Please note that ...

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UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office Legalisation Services Christmas Opening times

Many documents which are Notarised will then require Legalisation by the Legalisation Office of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London. At our Notary Public offices we provide a same day legalisation service for Notary clients who needs documents fully Legalised at short notice. The process of Legalisation is undertaken by the FCO adding an Apostille Legalisation certificate to the Notarised document. For further information regarding legalisation requirements please follow this link.  The Opening hours for ...

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What is an Apostille?

Simply put, an Apostille is a certificate attached to an official document that authenticates that document by certifying the signatures/stamps are genuine. The key point is that an Apostille allows that document to be accepted in other countries without further legislation. What notarised documents can be legalised in this way? Apostille can legalise public documents that bear an original signature, seal or stamp from a UK public organisation or official such as a Notary Public. Examples ...

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Legalisation requirements for Taiwan – London Notary Guide

As a London Notary office in London we are often presented with documents to be Notarised and Legalised for Taiwan. If documents are intended for use in Taiwan then the first stage is to locate a Notary in London who can Notarise the document. Once Notarised the document should be certified by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office(“FCO”) by way of Apostille certificate. This Apostille process is often referred to as Apostillised, Apostillisation or Legalisation.

Before being certified, you must take a signed ...

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