Documents to be legalised for use in Sudan need first to be sent to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office to be apostilled and then presented to the Consular Section of the Embassy of Sudan for attestation.
The fee payable is £55 for commercial documents, £15 for academic certificates and £22 for personal documents (e.g. birth, marriage and death certificates)
3 working days
The Embassy of Sudan in London also has jurisdiction for documents issued in the Republic of Ireland. These documents must first be legalised by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs prior to submission to the Embassy of Sudan.
Where a commercial invoice requires legalisation for Sudan, the Embassy reserves the right to charge a percentage fee based on the value of the invoice.
Documents may be submitted as a bundle, provided they are bound with ribbon and sealed by the certifying officer.
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