LEGALISATION REQUIREMENT FOR Antigua & Barbuda

Documents for use in Antigua and Barbuda do not usually need to be legalised if they have been signed/authenticated by a UK notary (s.
12 of the Antiguan and Barbudan Evidence Act 1992).

Please confirm the legalisation requirements with the local instructing party in Antigua and Barbuda to avoid rejection.

FEES

If FCDO Apostille is required, the Apostille fee is £40 for standard service, £100 for premium service or £35 for e-Apostille service.

PROCESSING TIME

Turnaround time is likely to be 1-2 working days for standard service (paper-based), 5-6 hours for premium service or 5-48 hours for the e-Apostille service.

IMPORTANT NOTES

For the Standard Apostille Next-Day Service (paper-based Apostille), we must receive the original documentation by 11:00 am to be despatched next working day.

The Premium Apostille is a limited service the FCDO can provide for a few eligible types of documents and they require evidence to support the urgency requirement. Please contact our Legalisation Team for further details.

Documents eligible for the e-Apostille must be first notarised with an Advanced Electronic Signature (AES) or a Qualified Electronic Signature (QES).

CONSULATE ADDRESS

2nd floor, 45 Crawford Pl, London W1H 4LP

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