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Certified translation

We provide translations of all languages and in all languages

We translate and certify translation of any private and company documents. Our translators are duly registered and qualified and all translations are certified under company seal as true and accurate translation of the original.

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Apostille

Apostille is a verification stamp

Certified and Legalised provides consular legalisation and apostille service. In order to be valid abroad most legal documents and certificates require apostille or consular legalisation.

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Notary and Legal Support

We specialise in preparing legal deeds for use overseas.

Our highly qualified Notary Public with over 30 years experience will prepare a power of attorney, affidavit or any other legal document for you, then we translate and legalise it and it is ready to be used anywhere in the world.

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Company registration

Do you need to register a company in UK?

You’ve got it! We help you with company incorporation and offer you various secretarial packages from basic registration to full legal and secretarial support.

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Certified translation

We provide certified translation from all languages ​​and in all languages. Certified translation is translation made by a qualified professional translator and signed and stamped as a true and accurate translation of the original document.

Legal and Notary

Our company has a highly qualified lawyer-notary with more than 30 years of experience. His name is William Fursmen. It will help you to properly and competently create any document that requires notarization.

Apostille

Apostille is a special stamp, which confirms the authenticity of the document issued in one country for use abroad. We work closely with most consulates and the legalization office in the UK and the Republic of Ireland.

Company registration

We offer assistance with registration of UK company, providing company address and secretarial service and full support with filing company documents. We can also assist with opening a bank account and financial accounting.

We provide certified translation from all languages ​​and in all languages.

When does one need a certified translation and what is a certified translation?
Most legal and official documents as well as personal documents (passport, birth certificate, marriage certificate, certificate of no-impediments, certificates of education, etc.) require a certified translation. A certified translation is a translation done by a qualified professional translator and signed and stamped as a true and accurate translation of the original document.

What organisation may require a certified translation?
All government agencies and departments, such as the Registry Office, the Land Registry, the Department of Economics, the Department of Education, the Immigration Service of the Home Office, NARIC, consulates, courts, including the Supreme Court and the Court of Arbitration, the Tax Office, banks and many other organizations.

Our company has been proving translations of legal documents for over 20 years and we always offer only certified translations.
A short list of the documents, which are needed when submitting a certified translation:

Personal documents

Documents of the company

  • Birth certificate
  • Marriage certificate
  • Court decision, or divorce certificate
  • Death certificate
  • Diploma of Higher Education
  • High school diploma
  • Certificate of change of name or surname
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Application
  • Statement
  • Affidavit

  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Statute and Articles of Association
  • Power of Attorney for representation
  • Tax Resident Certificate
  • Financial reports of company
  • Extract from Companies House
  • Court Order and Court Decree

Our company has a highly-qualified lawyer and notary with more than 30 years of experience. His name is William Fursmen. He will help you to create any document that requires notarization in the proper and competent way.
Moreover, it is, where it will be presented as we work with documents for other countries, we always recheck compliance with the requirements of such documents of the country in question.

The list of documents that require notarization:

  • Power of attorney
  • Affidavit (sworn statement)
  • Permission from parents
  • Statement of acceptance or rejection of inheritance
  • Invitations and many other legal documents

People very often make a mistake and certify documents from a lawyer, forgetting that notarization is necessary for those documents going overseas. A lawyer can only certify a copy of the document as a true copy or a signature of the person signing the document. He cannot certify a package of documents or issue a notarial certificate. In most countries notarization is required. Even if the document has an apostille, it does not mean that a document is notarized, however this is a requirement of most countries. 

We also provide help with visa applications and applications for a residence card and/or a certificate of a qualified person for people from EU and other countries working,  studying and residing in the United Kingdom. 

We can assist you with apostille on documents issued abroad, countries like Ukraine, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania and many others. We partner with local notaries, solicitors and apostille providing authorities.
For more information please email to info@certifiedandlegalised.co.uk or call on +44 (0) 7801968850.

Certified and Legalised provides a document legalisation service. We work closely with most consulates and the legalisation office in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. We can also help you to apostille documents in countries such as Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine.
Apostille is a special stamp, which confirms the authenticity of the document issued in one country for use abroad. Sample of an Apostille here (picture).
Most official documents must be apostilled.

You can find the list of such documents here:

  • Birth Certificate/Marriage Certificate
  • Decree Absolute or Divorce Certificate
  • Death Certificate or Coroner Report
  • Power of Attorney and Affidavit
  • Statements and Applications
  • Diplomas and GCSE Certificates
  • Tax Resident Certificate
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Certificate of Good Standing
  • Statute and Articles of Association
  • Financial Statements and Annual Returns
  • Arbitrary Awards and Court Orders
and many others, to find out if you need legalisation and/or apostille please contact us for advice.

We can assist you with apostille on documents issued abroad, countries like Ukraine, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania and many others. We partner with local notaries, solicitors and apostille providing authorities.
For more information please email to info@certifiedandlegalised.co.uk or call on +44 (0) 7801968850.

Natadan Limited offers assistance with registration of UK company, providing company address and secretarial service and full support with filing company documents. We can also assist with opening a bank account and financial accounting.
We have different packages to suit all needs from basic registration to comprehensive secretarial servicing, providing registered address, company secretary, company seal/stamp, telephone answering service, translating all company documents to your language, submitting annual documents to HM Inland Revenue office and obtaining Certificate of No Tax Resident on your behalf and generally facilitating with the legal side of your business. For more information please call.

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About Us

If you want to live, work or study in another country, get married or divorced, want to buy property overseas or appoint a representative to act on your behalf - for all these things you need to prepare a number of correct documents. We are a company that provides services in certification, legalisation (apostille) and translation of documents for use abroad. Our experts will advise you as to what documents you require and make sure that they are properly issued; we also provide certified translation to and from all languages. And so you can say that we are a one-stop agency for dealing with all matters regarding documents for use overseas.

Almost all legal and personal documents (birth certificates, marriage certificates, educational certificates and diplomas etc.) must be translated and apostilled in order to be valid and accepted in a different country. The translation must be done by a certified translator and/or certified by a notary. Please remember that an apostille is issued by the country, where the document was issued. Therefore, it is best to take care of this in advance.

Our company specialization is legalisation and apostille service, and we are registered for providing a premium apostille service with the Legalisation Office of the Foreign Office in the UK as well as with many consulates. All our professionals have the necessary skills and a great deal of experience; we guarantee top quality and speedy turnaround for a very competitive price.

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Why choose Us?

Professional and reliable service

All our specialists are very experienced, have one or more university degrees in their specialties and we guarantee high quality work and fast turnaround. Reliability, thoroughness, accuracy, deadlines kept: these will never be compromised.

High quality work

Resilience, helpfulness and accommodation to clients’ needs are among our main principles. Tight deadlines and multilingual projects present no obstacle and are tackled on a regular basis to customer satisfaction.
Our advantages

  • Accessible and transparent pricing policy
  • Quick response to a request
  • Fast turnaround
  • Preparation of notary certified documents for any country
  • Complete service via internet
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FAQ

Broadly speaking Parental Permission for a minor to travel abroad is required by the Boarder Control Agency of country of child’s nationality (citizenship). Hence, if you are leaving another country, not the one whose passport (travel document) your child holds, you do not need written notarised consent of another parent. But to live country of origin (in this case Latvia), you must have Parental Consent of absent parent. The Consent must be certified and legalised and also has a certified translation attached to it.

You always need to issue certified document (in different countries it may be known under different titles: Power of Attorney/Authorisation/Parental Consent/Parental Permission/Declaration) if a child is travelling with a person with different surname, in particular who is not the child’s parent. Should the child stay in foreign country longer, you might need issue a Power of Attorney to enable the adult you trust represent your child’s interest before authorities: school, doctors, visa sections etc. For Latvia maximum term of such POA is 12 months.

All documents have to be certified by a notary and apostilled for use abroad. However, for British Boarder Agency, if document is certified by Notary Public, it does not require an apostille.

The document is called the Deed of Gift and has to be signed by both parties – the Donor and the Donee, you will need to issue a Power of Attorney to someone to represent your interest in Ukraine, i.e. to accept the property as gift and to sign the Deed of Gift on your behalf.  

The Power of Attorney has to be signed by you, your signature should be certified by Notary Public and his signature and seal certified by FCDO, in other words the document has to be legalised (apostilled).

If you are British Citizen you will need to show you Decree Absolute at the Registry Office and to the person who will solemnise your marriage.   If you are a foreign national you’ll need to produce similar document (Divorce Certificate or Divorce Court Order or other document duly confirming dissolution of your previous marriage).   All foreign issued documents must have certified translation attached to them. You will need to show that you are free to marry and hence, you also require to obtain Certificate of No Impediment to marriage.  This certificate could be obtained from the Consular Section of your country or from the relevant authorities of your country.  Due to COVID-19 and travel restrictions you may not be able to travel to your country and hence can authorise someone else to obtain this document on your behalf.  Because of Data Protection Act, you must issue a Power of Attorney to them, which should be notarised and apostilled or legalised by the Consular Section of your country, if not part of Hague Convention 1961.  Full list of countries signatures to the Hague Convention 1961 for apostille purpose is here. https://www.hcch.net/en/instruments/conventions/status-table/?cid=41

Should you not be able to obtain the Certificate of No Impediment, you can issue Affidavit, which should be certified by Notary Public. But please check if it will be accepted by the Registry Office where you conclude your marriage.

To recap:  If you getting married abroad you should satisfy the Registrar that you are eligible to marry, produce notary certified and apostilled documents from the country you reside and/or your are citizen. All documents have to be translated by qualified certified translator or translator’s signature should be notary certified.

Please note that for apostille purpose, only documents which are stamped by the Court or signed by the Registrar could be apostilled.  If the Decree Absolute you received in electronic format, you need to obtained certified copy a.k.a. true copy certified by a solicitor or notary.  It also advisable if the document was issued long time ago in order to shorten the search time for apostille purpose. 

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