Documents to be legalised for use in Taiwan need first to be sent to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office to be apostilled and then presented to the Consular Section of the Taipei Representative Office for attestation.
The fee payable is £12 (standard service) or £18 (express service)
4 working days (standard service) or 3 working days (express service)
The Taipei Representative Office in London also has jurisdiction for the legalisation of documents emanating from the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, the Turks and Caicos Islands, the Falkland Islands, Ghana, the Seychelles and Sierra Leone. Documents with a connection to places north of Durham, including Cumbria and Scotland, must be sent to the Taipei Representative Office in Edinburgh, which also has jurisdiction for the Isle of Man.
Chinese translations need to be legalised separately for Taiwan.
To find out more or arrange legalisation of your documents for Taiwan (Republic of China) contact us
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Please note that all times, fees and information given is for guidance only and may vary. Contact us for up-to-date information.