Apostille Argentum - Legal Processing UK Ltd

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We Are Registered With The FCDO For Apostille Service!

We specialise in legalising UK documents through the FCDO and have 2 service options including a SUPER EXPRESS SERVICE !!

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UK Apostille & Legalisation

We have been providing Apostille Legalisation Services for over 15 Years and are registered with the Foreign Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) for UK apostille services ensuring you have the most trustworthy solution available.

In addition to the UK apostille, If your documents also require EMBASSY LEGALISATION we can assist, please Click Here

Why Choose Apostille Argentum?

As part of the Legal Processing Group, we have been providing our clients with legalisation and apostille solutions for over 15 years.

Over 15 years of experience dealing with the FCDO & providing apostille services, we have helped thousands before.

We are registered with the FCDO for UK apostille services ensuring you have the most trustworthy solution available.

We start processing your documents as soon as we receive them. Our team handles each document carefully and will confirm receipt.

We pride ourselves on providing the best possible pricing for our services. However, if you have obtained a cheaper quote elsewhere please contact us for a price match.

Simple 4 step process

1. Order Online

Order the legalisation or apostille service that you require. Pay securely through using our website. Click here to order

2. Send Your Documents

Send us your documents to our office address where our team will receive them securely and confirm receipt. We will also confirm your expected completion date.

3. Process Your Apostille

We will verify your documents and process them with the FCDO to issue your apostille within the timescale selected.

4. Documents Posted Back

Your documents with the apostille certificate will be scanned/emailed to you and then posted back to the address you provide straight away!

Providing Apostille Legalisation Services For Over 15 Years

Legalisation (sometimes known as Attestation) is the process of authenticating documents for use in a different country. It is simply a means of telling an organisation, ministry or institution in a foreign country that the document in question is authentic and has been verified.

The process of legalising a document for use within another country who is also part of the Hague Convention is to have a government issued Apostille added which is then recognised and accepted by the other Hague countries. Other countries (normally those outside of the Hague Convention) may also require the document to be attested by their embassy – an additional service we have provided to our clients for over 15 years!

Since it is not everyday that you may need to legalise or apostille your documents, it may be a process that you are unfamiliar with. We make the process fast, simple and easy for our clients.

our clients loves us

Amazing service, staff have exceptional customer service. Document was legalised in a speedy manner.


Aisa Riley

I was very pleased with their communication with me – constantly updating a client on every stage until it was fully completed. I paid to get documents completed asap and they just did that. I do recommend Argentum as they are true professionals.


Jan Petro

I am very impressed with the service you have provided and will certainly keep you in mind if I need anything like this again in the future. I did look through many different companies before deciding on yours as there are indeed a lot of choices on the Gov.uk website. What made me decide to choose you was not only the more professional look of your website, which made you seem far more trustworthy, but you also had the most competitive price for the international courier return of the document with the apostille.


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