Egypt Embassy Legalisation Service

Anyone travelling to Egypt for employment, to settle personal matters or to conduct business will probably be asked to get their documents attested by the Egyptian consulate. It is essential that documents are processed correctly with the correct certificates and stamps before you present them in Egypt. We provide a complete Egyptian document legalisation service. Saving you time and money our professional service ensures your documents will be accepted in Egypt.

 What is included in our service?

 Checking documents prior to processing

  • Notary certification when necessary
  • High Court Authentication
  • DIRCO
  • Embassy attendance to lodge and collect documents
  • All administration charges and expenses
  • No hidden charges

 What are the fees? R550 per document which includes notary fee, High Court, DIRCO, Embassy attendances.

For further information and a no obligation quotation please contact us:

Louwrens Koen Attorneys

Loftus Versveld Northern Pavillion (Gate12), 2nd Floor Office 4, 416 Kirkness Street, Arcadia, Pretoria

Tel: 087 0010 733
Cell 084 316 3765

 

 

 

 

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List of Embassies we work with

Legalising documents requires an in-depth knowledge of the submission process. Understanding which documents embassies will accept, what additional paperwork is required, how to make payment, and how best to present documents makes our service invaluable to many customers.

 Using a professional document attestation service saves both time and money by streamlining the handling of documents.

 We work with many of the embassies, high commissions and consular departments in London. You will find a list below of the services we offer

 Totally Inclusive Service!

 We take care of the entire process. Simply send us your documents and save yourself a lot of trouble and time.

 Simple ordering. Just send your document to us with the order form

  • Genuine South African documents processed quickly - Frequently legalised documents
  • ALL handling charges and administration costs included
  • ALL disbursements, included

 We understand that legalising documents for use abroad can be complicated. We are here to make your life easier. Do not hesitate to contact us for help or advice.

It is important to note that all processing times are estimates. They are provided as guidance only and are not a guaranteed processing time.

When legalising documents many factors are beyond our control including document checks, contacting solicitors and signatories, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the embassy itself. Documents are scheduled for processing wherever possible to reduce processing times for all of our customers.

Please be assured that we work to complete orders as quickly as possible.

Afghanistan Embassy (Afghan Embassy)

Algerian Embassy

 Angolan Embassy

 Consulate General of Brazil

 Chilean Embassy

 Chinese Embassy

 Cuban Consulate

 Dominica High Commission 

 Egyptian Embassy

 Ethiopian Embassy

 Embassy of Guatemala

 Indonesian Embassy

 Iraqi Embassy

 The Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

 Kuwait Embassy

 Embassy of Lebanon

 Libyan Embassy

 Malaysian High Commission

 Moroccan Consulate

Mozambique Consulate

 Pakistan High Commission

 Palestine Embassy

 Peru Embassy

 Philippine Embassy

 Qatar Embassy

 Saudi Embassy

 Sri Lanka High Commission

 Sudan Embassy

 Taiwan Embassy

 Royal Thai Embassy

 Tunisian Embassy

 Turkish Consulate

 Embassy of Turkmenistan

 United Arab Emirates Embassy (UAE)

 Uruguay Embassy

 The Embassy of Uzbekistan

 Venezuelan Embassy

 The Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam

 Yemen Embassy

Contact Louwrens Koen Attorneys for futher information:

Louwrens Koen Attorneys

Loftus Versveld Northern Pavillion (Gate12), 2nd Floor Office 4, 416 Kirkness Street, Arcadia, Pretoria.

Tel 087 0010 733

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Qatar Attestation of South African documents

Attesting documents for use in Qatar with our service simplifies the legalisation process. We provide a fully inclusive document service to ensure that your documents are quickly legalised and returned to you.

Qatar requests that all documents issued in South Africa are legalised by means of authentication, which entails notarisation, High Court, Dirco and Embassy attendances. Correctly preparing and submitting documents avoids delays. We assist many people travelling to Qatar for employment. If you are trying to obtain a visa for a job in Qatar then you will need to get documents fully attested. This is normally proof of your qualifications and in some circumstances criminal record background checks and birth certificates. You should always seek clarification from Qatar on which documents you need to be legalised.

Companies also find our service invaluable as we can submit South African business documents for full Qatari attestation.

For further information or for a no obligation quotation contact with us:

Louwrens Koen Attorneys

Cell 084 316 3765

Tel 087 0010 733

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UAE Embassy Legalisation Service

Legalising documents with the UAE embassy in Pretoria, South Africa can be confusing and expensive if you do not understand how to process documents correctly. Using our legalisation service will save you time and money. If you have been asked to provide documents to the United Arab Emirates then you will need to get them fully attested before they will be accepted.

This process is often referred to as embassy attestation or legalisation. We are pleased to offer a fully inclusive solution to businesses and individuals.

 What is included in our service?

  • Documents check to ensure swift processing
  • Notary fees if your document needs to be certified
  • High Court authentication certificate
  • DIRCO
  • Department of Education
  • Attendances at the embassy to lodge and collect
  • All administration charges and expenses
  • Miscellaneous attendances 
  • There are no hidden charges

We charge an amount of R950 per document, which amount excludes the embassy fees. The process takes 2-3 working days. For further information or a no-obligation quotation please contact:

Louwrens Koen Attorneys
Cell 084 316 3765
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Embassy Document Legalisation Services. Legalising and Authentication of documentation destined for Countries that have not subscribed to the Hague Convention

 

We specialise in legalising all South-African public, company, commercial, and educational documents at Embassies and Consulates of foreign countries represented or located in South-Africa and elsewhere.

If the foreign country in which you require your South-African public, commercial or educational document to operate is not a country which is a signatory to The Hague Convention. Apostille Certificates are unacceptable in countries which have not ratified the Hague Convention. The following countries are not signatories to yhe Gague Convention:

 

Algeria

Guinea

Papua New Guinea

Afghanistan

Guinea – Bissau

Palestine

Angola

Haiti

Paraguay

Bahrain

Indonesia

Philippines

Bangladesh

Iran

Qatar

Benin

Iraq

Rwanda

Bhutan

Jamaica

Saudi Arabia

Bolivia

Jordan

Senegal

Brazil

Kenya

Sierra Leone

Burkina Faso

Kiribati (Tarawa)

Singapore

Burma

Kuwait

Solomon Islands

Burundi

Kyrgyzstan

Somalia

Cambodia

Laos

Sri Lanka

Cameroon

Lebanon

Sudan

Canada

Libya

Taiwan

Madagascar

Syria

Tajikistan

Chad

Malaysia

Tanzania

Chile

Maldives

Thailand

China

Mali

Togo

Comoros

Mauritania

Tunisia

Congo

Micronesia

Turkmenistan

Costa Rica

Mongolia

Tuvalu

Cote d'Ivoire

Morocco

United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Cuba

Mozambique

Uganda

Djibouti

Myanmar

Uruguay

Dominican Republic

Nauru

Uzbekistan

East Timor

Nepal

Vanuatu

Egypt

Nicaragua

Vietnam

Eritrea

Niger

Yemen

Ethiopia

Nigeria

Zambia

Gabon

North Korea

Zimbabwe

Gambia

Oman

 

Ghana

Pakistan

 

Guatemala

Palau

 

In most cases, your South-African public document needs first to be authenticated by the South-African Government before acceptance for legalisation by an Embassy or Consulate, and this is achieved by the issue of an Authentication Certificate stamped or attached to it.

Embassy or Consulate legalisation is a complex, difficult and sometimes expensive legal process. Each Embassy or Consulate has its peculiar opening hours, rules, procedures, guidelines, and fees payable, all of which you must deal with to legalise your South-African document for use in their country.

It is a tricky and sometimes costly exercise to conduct on your own.
For instance:
It may require a written translation of the contents of a document from the English language into their country's own lnguage, and that such translation be henticated by the South-African Government
Some countries require a Chamber of Commerce Certificate affixed to commercial documents as well as authentication
Other countries, especially Middle Eastern Arab states, charge huge fees to legalise commercial documents and are closed on their national holidays and religious days
As at 1st January, 2010, the following countries have NOT AGREED to participate in "The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents"

Countries not appearing on the above list require documents to be legalised by their Embassies or Consulates in South-Africa and do not accept Apostille Certificates.
Another complicating factor is that some foreign Countries do not have Embassies or Consulates located in South-Africa.
Most of these countries however, have arrangements in place with other countries represented here to assist them with the legalisation of South-African public documents; otherwise, their Embassies or Consulates located in nearby countries assist.

 

 

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Notary Services

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Embassy Attestation Services

  • Apostille Academic Qualifications
  • Apostille Birth Certificates
  • Apostille Death Certificate
  • Apostille Divorce Order
  • Apostille Incorporation Documents
  • Apostille Letter of No Impediment
  • Apostille Marriage Certificate
  • Apostille Notarised Copies
  • Apostille Police Clearance Certificate
  • Rule 63
  • Authenticate Birthe Certificates
  • Authenyticate Death Certificate
  • Authenticate Death Certificate
  • Authenticate Academic Qualifications
  • Angola Embassy Attestation
  • Chinese Embassy Attestation
  • Egypt Embassy Attestation
  • Mozambique Embassy Attestation
  • Saudi Embassy Attestation
  • UAE Embassy Attestation

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