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LLP Documents Legalisation by an Apostille and Apostille Certification Services for LLP Company

LLP documents verification via Embassy or Consulate certification

Embassy or Consulate Certification

LLP documents verification via Embassy or Consulate certification: do you want to form a limited liability partnership in the UK, but need help with your LLP documents legalisation due to your nationality? Coddan Ltd are experts in the field and can help smooth the way.

A limited liability partnership is a superb and tax efficient way to structure a company and is now often preferred to the traditional limited company, especially for foreign clients. It provides a platform to base all your business on and the profits can be withdrawn in a way that minimises your tax bill and, in some case, can skirt it all together.

But people from some countries have a harder time starting up in business in the UK than others, and must verify their documents with their Embassy or Consulate before they can form an LLP. Coddan Ltd has years of experience starting companies and LLPs in the most trying of circumstances, so we've seen the red tape before and can help you get started as smoothly and quickly as possible.

We can help with the LLP documents certification by a foreign consulate or a foreign embassy verification for the following nationalities, which often run into problems with the UK authorities:

  • Algeria
  • China
  • Vietnam
  • UAE
  • Bahrain
  • Philippines
  • Egypt
  • Kuwait
  • Qatar
  • Jordan

This is by no means an exhaustive list and if you have struggled with bureaucracy and mountains of English forms, trying to understand exactly what you need to do next, then Coddan Ltd can help with documents certification by a foreign consulate or a foreign embassy verification and other forms of identity verification that will help you focus on what you want to do - run your business.

The Apostille stamp was conceived as part of the Hague Convention to simplify the process of international movement and is designed to simplify public documents that verify an individual's identity. For countries outside the Hague Convention, though, life can sometimes be more difficult.

For these countries the relevant Embassy or Consulate documents authentication is an essential cog in the wheel, which complicates the whole process. Coddan Ltd has years of experience in dealing with the relevant authorities, though, and understands the need to deliver, wait for and collect your documents personally to ensure that the process goes through as fast as possible and get the correct Apostille stamp.

Certificates of registration, certificate of good standing and certificate of incumbency can all be used as legal forms of identification and once the Apostille stamp is in place then Coddan Ltd can help with documents verification via embassy or consulate authentication and get your LLP up and running.

Legalisation by the Consular

Documents legalisation by the Consular service

If you require using an LLP documents abroad, or require opening a bank account for an LLP overseas, and require to legalise your LLP via the consular service, we can help. If you need to have documents verified by a Consulate or a foreign Embassy, then need to be certified by a notary public, then, legalised by an Apostille seal, and after that, a foreign Embassy or a foreign Consulate in the UK can authenticate them. If you have any further questions, please call us, or drop an e-mail.

It's a daunting process for a foreign national faced with a mountain of paperwork and protocol, but Coddan Ltd knows the path through the maze - so you don't have to.

Leave us to process your LLP documents verification via Embassy or Consulate certification applications and you can get on with your business, safe in the knowledge that you are in good hands.