Individuals planning to work in Vietnam will require attestation of their documents before they can apply for their visa. The attestation process requires a number of steps to be completed such as solicitor certification, stamps from UK government offices and attestation with the embassy in London.
In recent years we have seen a huge increase in the number of people who require legalisation of UK documents to work in Vietnam. This can vary from Education and qualification documents to Criminal record checks. The attestation process can vary slightly depending on the type of documents you require. Some documents will require solicitor certification and others can be submitted direct to the UK government for the apostille legalisation. If you are unsure which documents require solicitor certifiation contact us to discuss your order.
We can provide a fully inclusive embassy attestation service including the solicitor certification for most documents. Some documents such as authorisation letters and declarations may require witnessing before they are posted to our office. When your documents have been correctly prepared they will be submitted to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office for legalisation with the apostille. Finally your documents are submitted to the Vietnam embassy in London for their attestation stamps.
The Vietnam attestation service is not just for personal documents. We can legalise a wide variety of commercial documents with the embassy. This includes anything from your certificate of incorporation to company contracts.
If you are planning to work in Vietnam or your company will be working with an organisation based in Vietnam it is highly likely you will require documents attested for the purpose. Contact us for a quote to legalise your documents, we will provide guidance throughout the whole process to ensure your documents are legalised as fast as possible.