Documents to be legalised for use in Bolivia need first to be sent to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office to be apostilled and then presented to the Consulate of Bolivia for attestation.
The fee payable is 150 US dollars for corporate documents and between 30 and 60 US dollars for personal documents.
2 working weeks
Please note that documents can only be submitted and collected on Thursday. On 7th May 2018, the Hague Convention of 5th October 1961 will enter into force in Bolivia. Consequently, documents for use in Bolivia will no longer need to be presented to the Consulate of Bolivia after this date.
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