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Vietnam STEP BY STEP LEGALISATION PROCESS

01 01

Document Certification

Your documents will be certified by a UK Solicitor/Notary Public. (Not all documents require certification. See List of documents)

02 02

Apostille Stamp

Presented to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office to obtain the Apostille stamp

03 03

Embassy Submission

Your document will be submitted to the Vietnamese Embassy in order to obtain the consular stamp

We will require the following supporting documents when submitting your documents:
1. Photocopy of your valid passport.

SELECT YOUR SERVICE

PUBLIC

Solicitor certification not required

£170

9 Working Days

PERSONAL

Solicitor certification included

£180

9 Working Days

COMMERCIAL

Solicitor certification included

£240

9 Working Days

PUBLIC

Solicitor certification not required

£290

3 WORKING DAYS

PERSONAL

Solicitor certification included

£300

3 WORKING DAYS

COMMERCIAL

Solicitor certification included

£410

3 WORKING DAYS

Documents issued from UK Crown Dependencies and UK Overseas territories:
UK Crown Dependencies (Documents issued from UK Crown Dependencies and UK Overseas territories: UK Crown Dependencies (CD) includes Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey UK Overseas territories (OT) includes Anguilla, Bermuda​, British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands (BVI), Cayman Islands, Falkland Islands, Gibraltar, Montserrat, St Helena and Dependencies, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands and Turks and Caicos Islands.

If your document is from one of the UK Crown Dependencies or British Overseas territories mentioned above, we will notarise your document by a UK Notary Public, which will incur an additional fee. The Hague Convention extends to Crown Dependencies (CD) and Overseas Territories (OT). Each CD or OT can issue their own apostilles. Documents with apostilles affixed from UK Crown Dependencies or Overseas Territories will still require a UK FCDO Apostille stamp to be accepted for embassy legalisation.

what does vietnam embassy legalisation look like?

Certification by a UK Solicitor

FCDO Apostille Stamp

Vietnam embassy consular stamp

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT vietnam LEGALISATION

If you are planning to use UK documents in Vietnam, the embassy legalisation process is an essential step. This applies not only to business documents, but also to personal documents such as birth and marriage certificates, university degrees and professional qualifications. If you are applying for a visa or residency permit in Vietnam, the documents may need to submitted to the Vietnamese Embassy in London. In addition, if you want to open a business or register a property in Vietnam, all your documents must be legally recognised by the Embassy. Furthermore, if you are travelling to Vietnam with any kind of legal document - such as a court judgement or contract - it is advisable to have them recognised by the Embassy too. In all these cases, the embassy legalisation process is required if you want your UK documents to be accepted and approved in Vietnam.

It is possible to get documents legalised for Vietnam from the UK. Generally speaking, it can take up to a week for the process to be completed, depending on the document and its complexity. Documents such as birth certificates, marriage certificates and educational certificates are usually straightforward and can be legalised in a few days. However, complex documents such as Power of Attorneys or contracts may take longer due to additional checks that need to be undertaken. It is also important to note that applications must be sent to the Vietnam Embassy in London and then processed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Hanoi before they can be fully legalised

Generally, UK documents destined for use in the Vietnam will need to be:
1. Certified by a UK Solicitor or Notary Public
2. Authenticated by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) with an Apostille stamp
3. Submitted to the Vietnamese Embassy in London for legalisation.
4. The final step would be to have it legalised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Hanoi.
After all steps have been complete, the document will be recognised in Vietnam.

Individuals looking to teach English in Vietnam will need to get their teaching qualifications attested. This can include a PGCE or a TEFL qualification.

Yes, if you live overseas, your documents can still be legally attested and legalised by the Vietnamese Embassy in the UK. This entails you sending your original documents to our office or scanned copies to our email. We can then process with the Vietnamese embassy, send you scanned copies and then courier the attested documents to you in Vietnam

Guide to vietnam EMBASSY LEGALISATION

vietnam EMBASSY LEGALISATION

Whether you have found a new job or looking to move abroad to Vietnam, our dedicated team are at your disposal to assist you legalise your documents by the Vietnamese embassy. We ensure your documents issued in the UK are accepted and duly attested by the Vietnamese authorities. Submission and collection will be made by our specialists, so you can get on with preparing for your move. Aspire Attestation will take care of the embassy legalisation service. Our experts ensure specific procedures are followed to guarantee your documents are prepared on time.

WE OFFER A F.A.S.T SERVICE

Free UK Delivery

Free UK Delivery

Special delivery for all embassy legalised documents back to your UK address. For international deliveries, we use DHL.

Attest True Copies

Attest True Copies

We can attest your documents as true copies without compromising your original documents.

Secure Documents

Secure Documents

Strict protocols are followed to ensure your original documents are handled safely and securely.

Track Documents

Track Documents

We can update you throughout the process, either via email, WhatsApp or both.