Most documents that are required for use in India need to be certified or Notarised by a UK Notary Public.
Once certified or Notarised, documents then require an Apostille from the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
Do check with the recipient or end user of your document in case there are any specific requirements to you and your documents.
Give us a call or email your documents in. We can then confirm our fees and availability.
Some argue that documents for India should be legalised at the India High Commission. This is incorrect. India has joined the Hague Convention abolishing the requirements for legalisation at its own consulate and such stamping at the Indian High Commission is no longer necessary for documents bearing the apostille.
You can find India listed on the Hague Convention Contracting Parties list here: https://www.hcch.net/en/instruments/conventions/status-table/?cid=41