Legalisation

Legalisation

You can get certain official documents legalised or authenticated by the Mission in order to use them in Palestine.

Legalisation of documents takes place during consular hours on Mondays to Fridays from 10 am – 2.30 pm

Applications must be made in person at the mission. You will require an appointment.

Birth, marriage, divorce, death, and educational certificates can be authenticated at the Mission.

All certificates issued in the UK must be legalised by the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) before we authenticate it.

Documents for commerce must be legalised by the FCO before we can authenticate them.

1. Documents that can be authenticated at the Mission .

Birth, marriage, divorce, death, and educational certificates and other similar documents.

Court decisions and orders, and other pecuniary documents.

2. Instructions

You are required to do the following in support of your application:

3. Fees and Payment

1- Submitting Passport Renewal Via Power Of Attorney

  • FEE

    Fees Are Payable Only By Cash

    10 £
2- Submitting Passport Renewal Form To The Palestinian Mission
  • FEE

    Fees Are Payable Only By Cash

    80 £

4. Submission

You can get your certificate authenticated by:
Visiting the Mission:
If you want your certificate to be authenticated on the spot please book an appointment online or by calling the Mission on 02085630008
Visiting the Mission:

If you want your certificate to be authenticated by post please submit the relevant documents by post along with the correct fees and a pre-paid self-addressed envelope.

You can send it to the following postal address:

Consular Section

Palestinian Mission to the UK

5 Galena Road,

Hammersmith

London,  W6 0LT

Please note that…

5. Processing Times

If you visit the mission, this should not take more than 30 minutes. If you send via post you should receive your papers back the next working day.