Documents to be legalised for use in Libya need first to be sent to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office to be apostilled and then presented to the Arab-British Chamber of Commerce for attestation before being sent to the Embassy of Libya.
The fee payable is £87.03 (Arab-British Chamber of Commerce) plus £20 (Embassy fee)
The Libyan Embassy requires a translation into Arabic of all documents for legalisation. The translations must also be legalised.
All documents must be submitted separately for legalisation.
There may be an ad valorem charge to legalise certain commercial documents, such as invoices and certificates of origin, or where a monetary amount is mentioned in the document.
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