Indonesia Embassy Attestation Service

Indonesia Embassy AttestationAt present, Indonesia are not currently a member of the Hague Apostille convention. For this reason, UK documents would need to be legalised with the Apostille and attested by the embassy before they are recognised in Indonesia.

There are many reasons why documents would need to be legalised for use in Indonesia.

If such a situation does arise you can rest assured that our fully inclusive service will take care of the full process from start to finish. This process is typically completed in 6 working days.

Once the order is complete we have several delivery options available and we can send your order directly to Indonesia if necessary.

What is included in this service?

  • We complete the entire process to save you time and money
  • Solicitor certification included where applicable
  • Foreign and Commonwealth Apostille Certification 
  • Indonesian embassy attestation fees
  • All administration charges and expenses
  • All other disbursements and VAT
  • There are no hidden charges


What are the fees?

The charge for our complete Indonesia 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

Price Match

We are confident that we provide the most competitive prices for our services. If you find a comparable service that provides the same high levels of service and processing times at a lower price we will be pleased to try and match the price. We recommend you check all fees are included and you have accounted for additional charges (solicitor fees, vat, FCO charges and other disbursements) when comparing services.