You can get certain official Antiguan and Barbudan documents ‘legalised’ by asking the High Commission to confirm that the signature, stamp or seal is from a public official of Antigua and Barbuda.
You might need to do this if an official in another country has asked you to provide an Antigua and Barbuda document and they’ve said it must be legalised.
The High Commission will check the document, including whether the signature, stamp or seal is genuine. They’ll legalise the document by attaching a stamped official certificate (an ‘apostille’) to it.
You can get certain official British documents ‘legalised’ by asking the High Commission to perform this service on your behalf. You may need to do this if you are applying for your Antigua and Barbuda Passport.
To legalise a Document
Antiguan and Barbudan Documents £30
British Documents £50
Return postage by Royal Mail Special Delivery £7
(Uk & Europe only)
The High Commission accepts the following methods of payment
- Postal order made payable to: Antigua and Barbuda High Commission
- Bankers draft made payable to: Antigua and Barbuda High Commission
- Bank transfer:
Account Holder: High Commission for Antigua and Barbuda Consular Account
Sort Code: 20 03 79
Swift Code: BARCGB22 (for sterling transactions)
IBAN: GB91 BARC 2003 7960 3908 52
Payments by Bank transfer should use the following reference: ‘APOS – Applicant’s Surname’
Send the original document to the following address:
Antigua and Barbuda High Commission
45 Crawford Place
Please include a letter with the following details:
- Return Address
- Contact Details
- Form and date of payment