DIRCO AND LEGALISATION
When a document is to be used in a foreign country, it may be necessary to have it Legalised or Authenticated by a Consulate or Embassy. This process is necessary for countries that are not members of the Hague/Apostille Convention. Documents are typically Legalised by the Consulate or Embassy of the country where your document will be submitted. Legalisation consists of a series of authentications starting with the Notarization of your document(s) and ending with the Embassy or Consulate’s validation of your document(s).
Burrows Attorneys provides the service of authenticating passport copies and signatures on contracts and legal documents, which are submitted to authorities and entities outside or within the country after reviewing the originals or attending the official document signing process.
Our Services Include;
- Notarization of Documents
- Authentication at the High Court of South Africa
- DIRCO Submissions