Documents to be legalised for use in Saudi Arabia 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 the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The fee payable is £59.22 (Arab-British Chamber of Commerce) plus £9 (Embassy fee for commercial documents) or £13 (Embassy fee for personal documents)
3-4 working days
As per Circular 773 (Arab-British Chamber of Commerce), all powers of attorney, contracts, etc. must have the passport number of non-Saudi nationals and the ID number of all Saudi nationals appearing next to the individual’s name. Similarly, the registration number of any company mentioned should also be included in these documents.
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