When would I need an apostilled document?


Morning, all! I’ve got a question about apostilled documents. A mate told me that they were very useful, and that my company should probably have one. But when would I actually need one? Like, what specific scenarios will I encounter in which an apostilled document will be necessary? Thanks




You will need an apostille certificate for your company documents if you plan to do any kind of business in a foreign country, e.g. opening a business bank account, setting up a branch or office, or doing business with an overseas company.

Apostille certificates are issued by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to certify your company documents for international use. These certificates are accepted by authorities in any country that is party to the Hague Convention.

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