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Notary Apostille Legalisation Services South-Africa-Apostille, Attestation, Authentication, Notarise document for use in foreign countries.
We offer a complete Notary, Apostille and Legalization service (includes attendances to notarization, high court, department of foreign affairs, department of education and embassy. We queue so you don’t have to. Signed Sealed Delivered.
1. Personally Attend at our Offices-We have a Notary Public in attendance at our Pretoria office from 8.00 am to 15h30 pm Monday to Friday to notarise documents and to personally accept orders for all notarial copies, Apostille certificates, attestations, and embassy legalisations. Map to our offices.
On acceptance of the quotation you may then either courier or express post your documents to us with copy of downloaded online order form, or attend our office to deliver to us.
3. Download Pdf instruction form and submit via courier (Courier (or mail) the original documents to us with the instruction form)
Download printable notary instruction form, complete the form and courier the order form together with the documents you need notarised, apostilled or legalized to our offices (or send via the post office speed courier services). In a hurry? Scan and Email or upload the documents to us to get the process started.
4. Download Pdf instruction form and submit via registered /fast mail
Mail the original documents to us with the downloaded and completed instruction form. Download printable notary instruction form, complete the form and courier the order form together with the documents you need notarised, apostilled or legalized to our offices (or send via the post office speed courier services).
5. Submit Online Notary instruction form and upload documents
In a hurry? Scan and Email or upload the documents to us to get the process started.
If you are unsure whether you require a Notarization, Apostille Certificate, Notarial Attestation, Authentication, Legalisation or an Embassy legalisation of your document. Contact us for a detailed explanation of the process, time frames and costs. If your requirements are complicated or you are experiencing difficulty in following the procedures outlined on this web page, request assistance by contacting us.
Contact Details Telephone: +27 (0) 12 343 0267 ext. 4 Fax: +27 (0) 12 343 0269 Cell: +27(0) 828805646 E-mail:
5. Travelling Notary Service - Need a Notary Public to Travel to You
We understand that it is not always possible to attend our offices. We have numerous directors of companies who simply cannot manage their schedule to personally attend at our offices to appear before a Notary. In other cases we attend clientele who is simply too sick or unable to travel. On request we will gladly travel to you to attend to notarial attestation of signatures before us. We already have a basis of listed companies who use us to travel to them. A reasonable additional travel fee is payable for such attendances.
Our services are fast and confidential. We presently have a two (1) day turnaround time for issue of APOSTILLE CERTIFICATES. We are not a government department but a South-African Attorney and Notary firm who specialises in legalisation of international documents. We attend to all your requirements on a personal and confidential basis.
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