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How to register a birth at the Consulate General in London

How to register a birth at the Consulate General in London

The necessary documentation must include:

  1. Application form;
  2. Original full birth certificate;
  3. Legalisation of the original full birth certificate;
  4. Italian translation from a professional translator;
  5. Legalisation of said translation (only for non UK certificates);
  6. Photocopies of parent’s documents;
  7. If applicable, photocopies of other foreign ID documents, of the person whose birth is being registered.

How can we help?

  • Translation of your birth certificate. As advised by the Consulate, the translation has to be carried out by a professional translator.
  • Legalisation of your UK document (Apostille)
  • Legalisation of your translation (Apostille)
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