Qatar Legalisation of UK Documents

We offer you the simplest way to legalise your documents for use in Qatar

  1. You send us your UK document(s)
  2. We get the legalisation completed for Qatar
  3. We send them back to you (or anywhere else you might need)

Does it get any easier?

You can order your Qatari legalisation online below or if you prefer we can book the service for you by phone. Please call us on +44 (0)330 088 1142 for advice or to arrange your legalisation.

Need to attest a UK Degree Certificate for Qatar?

The process for attesting a degree certificate is different to the one that's covered on this page. Click here if you need to legalise a UK Degree Certificate for use in Qatar.


1) Please be aware that the Qatar Embassy are only accepting documents for legalisation on Mondays and Thursdays. Therefore, there may be a delay in receiving your documents depending on the day you order them. Any documents being sent to the embassy on these days must be submitted before 9am.

2) Please be advised that the Qatari Embassy no longer accept any online qualifications at all. If you do have an online qualification, it will not be accepted for legalisation in Qatar. 

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Service Fee:  £119.00(Exc. 20% VAT)(£142.80 Inc. VAT)

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This service provides the service to legalise a UK-issued document for use within Qatar. The service includes:

  • Addition of a UK Apostille Stamp to your document(s)
  • Attendance at the Qatari Embassy to legalise the document(s) following the UK Apostille Legalisation

Please see below for additional information if you need help completing the form above.

Guidance Notes

  • Note 1 - Birth, Marriage, Death & Adoption certificates must be original certified copies. We cannot legalise photocopies certified by a solicitor or Notary Public
  • Note 2 - Birth Certificates are advised to be the Long-Form version if the document is to support any legal or official purpose as Short-Form certificates are rarely accepted by any authority
  • Note 3 - Deed Poll change of name documents require certification by a UK solicitor or Notary Public before being legalised. If you have yet to arrange this certification, we can arrange this on your behalf. Simply choose the 'Non-Certified Deed Poll' option above
  • Note 4 - Power of Attorney documents must be countersigned by a Notary Public (not a solicitor) before being legalised
  • Note 5 - Statutory Declarations require countersigning by a UK Solicitor or Notary Public before we can undertake the legalisation process 

Other Information

Whilst Vital Certificates specialises in the supply and legalisation personal documents, we can of course arrange to legalise any UK-issued official document including company and commercial documents. Please feel free to call us on +44 (0)330 088 1142 for advice or to discuss your individual requirements.

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