Guatemala Embassy Attestation Service

Guatemala Embassy Attestation ServiceIf you are seeking employment or dealing with commercial matters in Guatemala you may be asked to have certain documents legalised. It is imperative that documents are correctly certified and legalised by the appropriate authorities before they are presented overseas to prevent any waste of time or expense.

We offer a fully inclusive service for the legalisation of your documents to ensure they are recognised in Guatemala. Most orders are completed in approximately 6-7 working days.

What is included in our service?

  • Checking documents prior to processing
  • Solicitor fees if your document needs to be certified
  • Apostille certificate
  • Guatemalan embassy attestation fees
  • All administration charges and expenses
  • All other disbursements and VAT
  • No hidden charges


What are the fees?

The charge for our complete Guatemala legalisation service depends on the type of document we are processing.


Standard Public Documents


per document
  • Birth, Marriage, Death Certificates
  • Certificate of No Impediment
  • Divorce or Court Documents
  • ACPO or Police Letter
  • Notary Public Signed Documents
  • Solicitor Signed Documents

Company Documents


per document
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Certificate of Good Standing
  • Memorandum and Articles of Association
  • Minutes, Resolutions, Reports, Accounts
  • Appointments, Contracts, Agreements
  • Any business related document


What happens to your document?

Each document will be verified and checked for suitability. Where necessary we will ensure documents are solicitor certified. Following this the document is presented to the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and it is here that the Apostille is issued. Finally, the document is attested by the Guatemalan embassy and following this the document will be ready for use in Guatemala.