Documents to be legalised for use in Cuba need first to be sent to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office to be apostilled and then presented to the consular section of the Embassy of Cuba for attestation.
The fee payable is £95 per document
1-2 working days (excluding Fridays)
Any document submitted for legalisation must be accompanied by a Spanish translation (unless the document is already in Spanish or bilingual format). The translation will also need to be legalised, which means it must bear an Apostille and be stamped by the Cuban Consulate. To save legalisation fees, though, documents may be bundled together.
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