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We have been informed by HMRC that there is currently a nationwide shortage of EUR1 certificates due to an error with their newly appointed printers. A new print run has just been completed and HMRC have stated that they are will be distributing new supplies as quickly as possible, with our order due to arrive by 14th February. Our existing stock is running very low and although we are hopeful that it should cover us until the new supplies arrive but please be aware of a possible shortage in the interim period.
We would advise should you have any urgent orders over the upcoming Christmas period that you request the next day trackable Royal Mail Special Delivery service, rather than relying on first class post given the delays that may be incurred during this busy period.
Embassy Closures August 2017
Please be aware that many Arab embassies will be closed from the 29th August for several days due to Eid Al Adha. Therefore the legalisation process will take longer during this period.
Iraq Embassy Fees
We have been informed by the Iraq Embassy that as of 7th November, 2016 the legalisation fee per export shipping document will increase from £ 135 to £ 150. This is due to the change in Sterling rate against the US Dollar.
New members joining Hague Convention
Chile, Brazil & Morocco are joining the Hague Apostille. These will come into effect from:
Guatemala - 18th September 2017
Chile – 30th August 2016
Brazil – 14th August 2016
Morocco – 14th August 2016
CDN is now an Associate Member of the British International Freight Association
CDN is proud to sponsor “Smash Alley”...
a booklet aimed at educating children on the effects of drugs and alcohol abuse. These booklets will be distributed to The Magna Carta School, our local comprehensive in Staines.
With immediate effect we have been informed by the Chinese Embassy that back up documentation will be required for all applications as follows:
Personal documents - A passport copy from the applicant or applicants
Commercial documents - A copy of the company Certificate of Incorporation
With immediate effect we have been informed by the Embassy of the Republic of Yemen that the legalisation fee for Health Certificates submitted has increased from £ 300* to £ 400*.
*Express fee of £ 20 is still applicable.
Tajikistan have joined the Hague Convention
they no longer offer a legalisation service, Apostille only.
Haiti have opened an Embassy in London
14 Cavendish Place, London W1G 9DJ which now provides a legalisation service for documents at a cost of £32 per document, process time is one working day.