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The Consular Section of the Mozambique High Commission legalises documents emanating from a British Public or Private entity, within the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland meant to produce legal effect in the Republic of Mozambique.
Mozambican Nationals, British subjects and all other foreigners requiring this service should follow the following steps:
• Firstly, it is necessary to authenticate the document(s) in a British Public Notary Office.
• Secondly, the document should be taken for Attestation to the Legalisation Department of the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
• Only after the above indicated steps should the document(s) be finally presented to the Consular Section of the Mozambique High Commission, which in turn, will be able to certify that it is indeed a document produced in the UK, duly notarised and properly attested by the FCO.

Very Important: You MUST bring 1 (one) copy of the authenticated document.


The fees charged are as follows:

  1. Normal Service takes (Three working days)
    Companies, Institutions and Orgarnisations £75.00 (Seventy Five Pounds Sterling)
    Individuals £40.00 (Forty Pounds Pounds Sterling)
  2. Express Service 24 Hours
    Companies, Institutions and Orgarnisations  £100 (One Hundred Pounds Sterling)
    Individuals £ 45.00 (Forty Five Pounds Sterling)


•POSTAL ORDERS payable to Mozambique High Commission in London
•COMPANIES CHEQUES payable to Mozambique High Commission in London
•BANK TRANSFER to the Mozambique High Commission Account:
SORT CODE: 20-78-98
The applicants must pay all required commission fees for a complete transaction and must attach the bank transfer confirmation made to the Mozambique High Commission in London.

Please note: Cash and personal cheques are not accepted.

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