How to order:
If you have decided that you would like us to obtain an apostille for your ACRO certificate for you, these are the steps to take:
Check that the ACRO police certificate has not been damaged or altered in any way.
A damaged, laminated or altered police certificate cannot be apostilled.
Only the original ACRO certificate is accepted for legalisation.
For this reason, we must receive the original police certificate in our office. You can deliver it in person or post it to us.
An original ACRO police certificate does not need to be certified by a solicitor or notarised by a notary public.
Contact our office by email, by telephone or in person.
Please be ready to provide the following information:
- Is your document an original ACRO police certificate?
- In which country will your ACRO police certificate be used?
- Do you need a translation of your ACRO police certificate?
- How soon do you need the apostille?
When we have this information, our team will be able to give you a detailed, personal quotation. Standard service costs £79 for 2–3-day service.
We will notify you as soon as the apostille for your ACRO police certificate is ready.
Your apostilled ACRO certificate can be returned to you by post or collected from our office.
Assuming that you are not collecting your apostilled documents from our London office – we will also provide you with the DHL tracking number as soon as your forms have been given to the courier.
Note that we return documents with DHL (only). DHL return deliveries – both national and international require the following details:
- A full name
- Full return address
- Contact phone number
How much does it cost?
Our price for an ACRO police certificate apostille is £79 for a standard request and includes FCDO fees.
Please inform us of additional requirements when you contact our office (Step three, above).