What it is:
A UK deed poll is a legal document that proves that you have legally changed your name.
Frequently used for:
A deed poll may be requested:
- When getting married abroad
- When you emigrate to another country
- When you want to apply for a visa
- When you want to apply for an overseas residency card
Original or copy:
The apostille can only be applied to the certified copy of the original.
This is due to UK regulations that prevent private documents from being apostilled directly.
Good to know:
Deed polls can be either unenrolled or enrolled, and we can legalise both types.
Since there is no deed poll register in the UK, you must draw up a new, original deed poll with a solicitor or notary public or get a free deed poll via the official UK government online service. 
How much does it cost?
You can have your UK deed poll legalised using our standard service that starts from £79.
Additional costs will depend on what service you choose (same-day service) if you need certification by a UK solicitor, embassy fees or translation fees and what return delivery method you choose.
How to order:
Order a straightforward apostille for a UK deed poll online via our website. You can choose additional options on the order page. If you have questions, please call our head office, and speak to one of our trained advisors.