Birth Certificate Apostille
The Birth Certificate is a record that documents the birth of a child and certifying the circumstances of the birth or to a certified copy of or representation of the ensuing registration.
When a birth is registered a short certificate is issued free of charge to all informants. There is also the facility to purchase further short and full certificates. A ‘full’ certificate or ‘long’ certificate is an exact copy of the register entry. A short copy is again taken from the original register but does not include parents’ details. Both types of Birth Certificates can be legalised with Apostille.
What Apostille on the Birth Certificate do?
• Certify that the document is valid in UK
• The Register – the person who sign the certificate is registered with FCDO (Foreign and Commonwealth Office)
• Confirm that the document is registered with GRO (General Registry Office)
How to legalise?
Birth Certificate Legalisation with Apostille in UK
- Fill the form with your details
- Choose apostille services
- Pay with the debit/credit card
When booking completed, you will receive the instructions and the payment confirmation
Lost documents? Order a duplicate.
Standard – 10-14 days – £65
Emergency 1-2 days £97
For Online option – Once complete the booking please post (Royal Mail Special Delivery, trcked courier etc) or drop off the document with payment confirmation at our office in Gatwick Office or London (for the Same day apostille) by appointment only.
Please note that the Birth certificate Apostille is attached only to the original. No copy of the pdf is accepted.
For PDF form option form – No payment required. We will invoice you when we receive your documents.
Note: If you cannot print the form or booking confirmation, write down on a separate note your phone number, email & address – we will contact you when we receive your certificate.
BIRTH CERTIFICATE can be legalised with Apostille only on original document. No electronic or photos will be accepted
We can supply Birth Certificate Legalisation with Apostille from the United Kingdom, England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, and many overseas British territory, or if the event was registered with a British consulate