Philippines Embassy Attestation Service

Philippines Embassy AttestationLegalising your documents for use in the Philippines need not be a complex process. Our simple service ensures your documents are correctly legalised by the appropriate authorities. Where necessary we will ensure your documents are solicitor certified and following this we present the documents to both the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the embassy of the Philippines.

This service is offered for both personal and commercial documents and the vast majority of orders are completed in just 1 to 2 working days.

Documents for The Philippines now only need the apostille as of May 2019. Embassy legalisation is no longer required. 

What are the fees?

The charge for our complete the Apostille process 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


Educational documents

When seeking employment in the Philippines you may need to attest your educational documents. This is used as proof of your professional qualifications or experience in a particular field. 

Birth and Marriage certificates

We can assist with the legalisation of your registry documents. In order to do so we need you to provide the original birth, marriage or death certificate or an official registrar issued copy.
If you need any assistance obtaining a replacement copy of a certificate please let us know.

Criminal Record Checks

In certain cases you may need a criminal record background check to be legalised. We handle all of these including DBS, ACPO, ACRO, Disclosures, Police Letters, and Disclosure Scotland certificates.

Business documents

When conducting business in the Philippines you may be asked to legalise your corporate documents. We have a wealth of experience with legalising company documents and we can ensure your documents are correctly legalised.