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In order for your document to be valid abroad or to be submitted to the Italian Consulate in London, it needs to be legalised. This means that it will have to be sent to the Legalisation Office in Milton Keynes to be apostilled. All you need to do is send us your original document and we will send the final document directly to your preferred address!

The Legalisation Office currently offers a limited service because of coronavirus (COVID-19). They only deal with registered account holders. Therefore, we would be able to help you with your legalisation needs. Please send us an email and we will provide more information.


On some specific occasions, a document needs to be certified by a notary public. We work with some of the most competent and experienced notaries in London. Send us your original document and we will carry out the notarisation and post the final documents back to you.


If you live abroad and wish to send an application to a Consulate outside the United Kingdom, you might be asked to provide a translation certified by the Italian Consulate General in London. Travelling back to the UK could be expensive and time-consuming, that is why we are here to help you! Send us your original document together with a proxy and we will be happy to go to the Italian Consulate on your behalf and return your certified documents to you as quickly as possible!