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Legalisation/Superlegalisation of Documents

The Embassy of the Czech Republic is authorized to officialy attest signatures, translations and copies of public documents. Embassy is also authorised to provide superlegalisation of public documents issued in Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and the Maldives.
  

Legalisation of the signature

If you require your signature to be legalized, you will have to come in person to our office, show your valid passport and sign in front of the legalization officer in working days upon prior appointment. 

Please, arrange a prior appointment at consular_delhi@mzv.cz

Charges are payable only in cash (kindly see Visa and Consular fees).

Attestation of translation

You can submit documents for the attestation of the translation (from english language to czech language) in working days upon prior appointment.

Please, arrange a prior appointment at consular_delhi@mzv.cz

We kindly inform that the processing period for attestation of translation can be up to 30 days.

Charges are payable only in cash (kindly see Visa and Consular fees).

Superlegalisation

Embassy provides superlegalisation of public documents issued in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Maldives. You can submit documents for the superlegalisation in working days upon prior appointment. 

Please, arrange a prior appointment at consular_delhi@mzv.cz

We kindly inform that the processing period for superlegalisation can be up to 30 days. Charges are payable only in cash (kindly see Visa and Consular fees).

Important Notice

The documents will not be accepted without a prior appointment with the consular officer by an e-mail consular_delhi@mzv.cz 

The subject of the e-mail must be specified as "Attestation"

The e-mail must contain the name and surname of the applicant and the number of documents to be verified 

The maximum number of verification is set at 5 per person