Consular Legalization

Overview: Consular Legalization – official authentication and certification of a Swiss official document by the consulate of a foreign country in Switzerland, which confirms that the document has full legal effect and may be used in that foreign country.

Issuing Authority:

  • The Consulate of a foreign country in Switzerland

Personal presence: Not required


  • The original document
  • Statement of the Consulate that the document is authentic (true)
  • Date of certification
  • Signature of the Consulate officer
  • Stamp of the Consulate

Consular legalization is required when you need to use a Swiss official document outside Switzerland, in a foreign country, which is not a party to the Apostille Convention 1961.

The information in this list is provided for informational purposes only. The document ordered may differ from this content if certain positions have not been filed with the Register or are not applicable to a particular company/legal entity.


Chinese yuan (¥) - CNY
  • Euro (€) - EUR
  • United States dollar ($) - USD
  • Pound sterling (£) - GBP
  • Indian rupee (₹) - INR
  • Australian dollar ($) - AUD
  • Canadian dollar ($) - CAD
  • Japanese yen (¥) - JPY
  • United Arab Emirates dirham (د.إ) - AED
  • Chinese yuan (¥) - CNY
  • Hong Kong dollar ($) - HKD
  • Israeli new shekel (₪) - ILS
  • Turkish lira (₺) - TRY
  • Swiss franc (CHF) - CHF
  • Brazilian real (R$) - BRL


Insecure - Without tracking number - Slow delivery

With tracking number - Slow delivery

Worldwide - With tracking number - Express delivery


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