(eg Commercial invoices, Certificate of Origin, Certificate of incorporation,Commercial agreements, Memorandums of Understanding, etc., including all documents related to non-personal activities)
Commercial Documents have to be certified and legalised by Arab British Chamber of Commerce or authenticated and apostilled by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The legalisation fee for Commercial Document is £62 per stamp, and it will be processed in THREE WORKING DAYS time from the lodging day.
(eg Birth Certificate, Death Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Educational Documents for purposes other than accreditation from the Ministry of Higher Education of Jordan)
Personal Documents have to be authenticated and apostilled solely by The Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The legalistion fee for Personal Documents is £10 per stamp and it will be done at the SAME DAY.
Educational documents issued from an educational institute based in the UK for the purpose of accreditation from the Ministry of Higher Education of Jordan can be legalised from British Council Amman so there is NO need for the Jordanian Consulate legalisation or Foreign and Commonwealth Office legalisation.
All documents issued in Jordan which need to be used in the UK should be legalised from the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Amman to be able to be legalised by the Jordanian Embassy in London. Legalising such documents is free of charge.
Legalising Power Of Attorney:
An attached Notarial Certificate to the Power of Attorney is required. The Notarial Certificate should contain:
- A specific reference to the documents behind it.
- A declaration that power of attorney has been signed in the presence of a UK Notary Public or Practising Solicitor, after being satisfied that the signatory ID is original.
- In case of signing on behalf of a company, Notarial Certificate should clearly state that the ‘Practising Solicitor’/‘Notary Public’ is satisfied that the signatory has the full authority and the capacity to sign of behalf of the company.
- Power of Attorney can be a Commercial Document so legalisation fee consequently is £62 when it is related to Business Authorisations. In addition, Power of Attorney can be a Personal Document so legalisation fee consequently is £10 when it is related to Personal Authorisations.
How to pay Legalisation fees:
Payment should be made by CARD Payment only (NO CASH, NO POSTAL ORDER). This applies if you come in person.
In case you are sending your documents by post, then you have to Pay Online , and make sure to attach the payment receipt with your documents.
Lodging and collection:
Process takes THREE working days for commercial documents, and in the SAME DAY for personal documents; this would be in case of lodging the documents in person. Please note that our opening hours are Monday to Friday from 10:00am – 1:00pm. Collection time is between 2:30 – 4:00pm.
In case of sending documents by post, process takes approximately one week. Please make sure you send a pre-paid self-addressed special delivery envelope for the sufficient weight to enable us to return your documents back by post to you after getting them legalised, otherwise you should collect your document yourself between 2:30-4pm after 3 working days from the receiving date.
Please note that first class envelopes are NOT acceptable for postage and the consulate is NOT responsible for any loss that may happen.
We would strongly recommend you to keep the return special delivery tracking number so you can track your document yourself since the consular section does NOT provide any updates related to delivery.
A photocopy of the document is NOT required.
For further information please contact Legal Department on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Page Last Updated: 27/04/2018