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Saudi Embassy Personal Document Legalisation

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Saudi Embassy Personal Document Legalisation

GulfVisa provides a document attestation service for your personal documents from the Saudi Arabian embassy in London, UK. For example, if you are planning on working or moving to the Saudi Arabia, you may require various documents to be attested from the Saudi Embassy. These may include degrees, marriage certificates and birth certificates.

GulfVisa offers a document legalisation service which provides you with a quick one-stop solution to get your documents legalised from all these different organisations quickly and easily. We offer services which include stamping from the solicitor, British Foreign Office (FCO) and UAE embassy.

Welcome to our new GulfVisa website. We have summarised the whole process into three easy steps. To begin your Saudi Arabia embassy document attestation process, please scroll down to step 1.

How to get your documents legalised from the Saudi Arabia embassy - 3 simple steps

1Prepare the following Saudi document legalisation requirements
  1. Your Original Personal Document
  2. copy of the passport information page for each person whose document(s) needs to be legalised
  • if it is a Birth Certificate the embassy needs three passports copies (one for each: childfather and mother.)
  • if it is a Marriage Certificate the embassy needs two passport copies (one for each: husband and wife)

      3. Completed GulfVisa Document Legalisation Form (click download box on the right)

 

There are three compulsory parts to getting your document attested from the Saudi Arabia embassy.

Firstly, GulfVisa will stamp your document from a Solicitor (some documents are exempt – see below)

Secondly, we will stamp your document from the British Foreign Ministry (FCO)

Finally, we will stamp your document from the Saudi Embassy in London

 

The following documents are exempt from solicitor stamping (still need FCO stamping before stamping from Saudi Embassy):

- Original UK Birth Certificate

- Original UK Government Marriage Certificate

- Original UK Police Clearance Certificate (ACRO only)

- Original UK Death Certificate

- Original UK Medical Report signed by a UK Doctor*

* UK doctor must be registered with the British Foreign Office (FCO) Legalisation Department

Download Pack (Forms & Requirements)
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Send the forms & requirements by email:
2Order your Saudi document legalisation service now
Please select the service you require below. GulfVisa offer standard and fast services.
All-Inclusive GulfVisa Price: £149.00  per document
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3Post (or drop off) the requirements to our GulfVisa office:

Do I need to send the original document or a copy?

You always need to provide your original certificate. Whether the original document or a copy of it is stamped depends on the following points:

- If your document is not exempt from solicitor stamping, we will make a copy of your document and stamp the copy. This is because the solicitor does not stamp originals. However, the solicitor must still see the original.

- If your document is exempt from solicitor stamping (see list above), your original document will be stamped. This is because the FCO does not allow stamping of copies. Therefore, you must provide the original certificate.

Police Certificates

ACRO Police Certificates are the only police certificates which do not require solicitor stamping. Therefore, you will only have to select the service which includes FCO + Saudi Embassy Legalisation. A non-ACRO police certificate can still be stamped however unlike ACRO it will require legalisation from the solicitor before it can be stamped by the FCO and Saudi embassy.

Therefore, please select the service which includes solicitor, FCO and embassy for non-ACRO police certificates

More Information:

There are a wide variety of terms which are used to describe ‘document legalisation’. These include document attestation, authentication, stamping, verification and certification.

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