The FCDO is the UK government entity that is responsible for issuing apostilles and other foreign affairs.
The FCDO is also responsible for ensuring safety and pursuing the well-being of all British nationals.
The FCDO UK government body was created in September 2020 after a merger between (the FCO) Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Department For International Development to form the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office.
The FCCO is also known as ‘The Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ in the UK since most of its responsibilities are related to foreign governments and UK overseas international affairs.
To perform its duties, it does not rely on income from the public, but rather it works with the revenue it generates under the leadership of a permanent under-secretary.
You can find the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office at the following contact details and address:
Room WH2. 177
King Charles Street