Legalisation & Apostille for Poland

Embassy Requirements

These are guidelines only; requirements and fees of Embassies can change with little or no notice, always check with the end parties where you are sending your document of their requirements.

Apostille Requirements

Documents will need to be Apostilled by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office first before Consular legalisation.


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Additional Information

  • All sections of each document including the Apostille needs to be translated into Portuguese, in the following order: all English pages first followed by all Portuguese pages in the same order as the English (including the Apostille), followed by the Translator’s certificate
  • Company Powers of Attorney require the following supporting documents: Certificate of Incorporation, Board Resolution and a Covering Letter for the Embassy outlining the purpose of the legalisation
  • Multiple page documents require ribboning
  • Please provide a photocopy of each document required for the Embassy’s records
  • If any pages within your document are blank, a line needs to be drawn thorough with a note mentioning that they have been intentionally left blank

Country Requirements

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