Saturday, 04 November 2017 08:13

British Embassy / Consulate Changes in Hanoi & HCMC

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From Nov. 13, 2017, the British Embassy in Hanoi and the Consulate-General in HCMC will no longer legalise UK documents, such as university degrees, teaching qualifications and UK police checks.

 

After this date, such documents must be legalised by the UK Legalisation Office and then by the Vietnamese Embassy in London.

 

The changes have been made so as to fully comply with requirements set out by Vietnamese authorities. It will also free up more time for consular staff to provide greater support to their most vulnerable customers such as minors, the elderly, people with mental health problems, and victims of serious crime.

 

Both locations will continue to provide other notarial and documentary services to British nationals in Vietnam.

 

For a full list of these services, go to gov.uk/guidance/notarial-and-documentary-services-guide-for-vietnam#services-we-provide-in-vietnam.

 

Detailed info in relation to the UK Legalisation Office and the Vietnamese Embassy in London can be found online: gov.uk/get-document-legalised (UK Leagalisation Office) and vietnamembassy.org.uk (Vietnamese Embassy London)

 

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