The Hague Convention
Non-member of the Hague Convention.
– Legal documents need to be stamped by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
– Trade documents need to be stamped by the Chamber of Commerce
– Documents written in Danish, English and/or Arabic
– The Ministry of Foreign Affairs cannot authenticate all documents. Please contact Comet Consular Services for further assistance
– The Embassy in Copenhagen can legalise documents for the following countries: Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates
– In some instances, the documents need to be translated into Arabic by an official translator
– A cover letter is needed. This needs to clearly state the purpose of the legalisation.
**An example of a Cover Letter can be found under **documents.
Approximately DKK 70:- (per document).
– Some documents are translated into Arabic by the Saudi Visa Center: DKK 200:-
Note: Excl. Comet’s fees.
Authority’s processing time (working days)
2 – 4 days