Cheapest Notary Public in Sydney

Witnessing signatures to documents:

$100.00 per document; $50.00 for second party to same document

Certifying copies of original documents as true and correct copies:

$50.00 per document.

Our Notarial Services include

Apostille & Legislation Services

 

Apostille Certificate

$300.00 per document (including current DFAT filing fees)

Authentication Certificate

$300.00 per document (including current DFAT filing fees)

Embassy & Consulate Legalisation

$350.00 per document (plus Embassy/Consulate fees)  

We can also assist you with obtaining an Apostille or Authentication Certificate from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), and if necessary legalisation through the relevant embassy or consulate of the intended destination country.

We can obtain this certificate directly for you or advise you on how to apply, and tell you whether the country involved requires an Apostille or Authentication. In some cases, documents also have to be stamped by the embassy of the overseas country.

We have experience in dealing with foreign documents and dealing with the DFAT & foreign embassies and consulates in Australia.

Feel free to send us an online enquiry for more information or a quote in relation to our Apostille and Legislation services.


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