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LEGALIZATION SECTION

 

LEGALISATION PROCESS

For Document Legalisation process, the following steps must be observed:

  • Firstly: Documents must be authenticated in a British Public Notary Office;
  • Secondly: All documents must be submitted for Attestation at the Legalisation Department of the 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 in London, which in turn, will be able to certify that such document(s) is/are indeed produced in the UK, duly notarised and properly attested by the FCO.

 

For legalisation fees, please consult the VISA AND CONSULAR FEES Section.

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

  18 May, 2017  
 
Signs of economic recovery
 
The Mozambican economy saw an improvement in tax collection and a reduction in expenditure in the first quarter of this year, according to Rogerio Nkomo, National Director of Institutional Coordination in the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

 
  12 May, 2017  
 
Mozambique and Brazil sign agreements
 
The Mozambican and Brazilian Foreign Ministers, Oldemiro Baloi and Aloysio Ferreira, on 11 May signed in Maputo legal instruments, notably on social security, to promote and strengthen cooperation relations between the two countries.

 
  9 May, 2017  
 
Electricity sales rise by 78 per cent
 
Mozambique’s publicly owned electricity company, EDM, increased its sales of power by about 78 per cent between 2015 and 2016.

 


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