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Apostille Legalisation


Legalisation (Apostille) is the official confirmation that a signature, seal or stamp on a UK public document is genuine.

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Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates are full length copies and can be used for official purposes.

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Adoption Certificates

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This site exists to help you obtain a Birth, Death or Marriage certificate as quickly and as easily as possible.


Adoption Birth Certificate


All Adoption certificates supplied are full long form certified copies for England and Wales and Scotland and include parents names.
  • Replace a Birth Certificate New or Duplicate
The certificate will normally include full name of child, adopted mother's name, adopted father's name, DoB, and registration district.

In most countries, a Adoption certificate is a vital record usually containing most of the following information:

  • Name
  • Date
  • Sex
  • Adoption registration number

The certificate is issued shortly after a person's birth, usually after the mother's physician files the required forms with the appropriate government agency. It is normally compulsory to obtain a birth certificate for a newborn.

Long forms, or certified photocopies (or book copies), are exact photocopies of the original birth record that was prepared by the hospital or attending physician at the time of the child's birth. The long form usually includes parents' information (address of residence, race, birth place, date of birth, etc.), additional information on the child's birthplace, and information on the doctors that assisted in the birth of the child. The long form also usually includes the signature of the doctor involved and at least one of the parents.