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Status Update

Latest update as of 03/08/2022


Apostille Processing Times – We aim to complete orders in approximately 4 working days all being well. This is providing we have received payment and we do not have any queries with the documents provided. Apostille processing times can vary due to higher volumes of orders being processed at present.

Embassy Processing Times – Many embassies are taking longer than usual at present. Embassy attestation orders are currently taking approximately 10-15 working days.

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Apostille Service and Platinum Jubilee

This June there will be two public holidays (bank holidays) as the UK celebrates the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

How will this affect the apostille service?

No apostille certificates will be issued from 2 June to 6 June 2022! Any orders being processed on or after 1 June will not complete until at least 7 June.

In addition to the two public holidays the FCDO government office, that issues the apostilles, is closing for a third day on Monday 6 June.

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Update on Rejected Documents – February 2022

The Apostille is an official government issued certificate added to documents so they will be recognised when presented in another country. This is issued by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) to verify which legal official has signed this document and the capacity in which they have done so.

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Sending Documents to The Apostille Service

The majority of documents are sent by the customer to our office for the apostille. However, you can ask family members or friends to send documents to us. You can also request that organisations and government offices send documents to us. You simply need to order online, make a note of the order number and send a document to us.

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What is a Certified Greek Translation?

If you ever need to present your documents in another country for administrative purposes or legal matters then you may conceivably be asked to provide a translation.  There is no international standard for how translations should be prepared. Different countries and authorities therein will have their own expectations with regards to what they consider to be an acceptable translation.

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