Documents, certificates, letters and notes available at the High Commission in St Lucia.
The British High Commission St Lucia offer limited notarial services for British nationals in St Lucia as British consular officers in Commonwealth countries have no powers under the Commissioners for Oaths Act 1889 to undertake notarial acts, administer oaths or take affidavits which will be effectual in the United Kingdom.
How to legalise a document
British consular officials in St Lucia have no notary powers and cannot certify, notarise or legalise a document. This function is carried out by a St Lucia notary public.
Services provided elsewhere
- legalising UK documents/certificates: Legalisation Office
- providing copies of British birth, death and marriage certificates: General Register Office
- information on marriage in the UK
- certifying your fingerprints: Metropolitan Police UK
- pension certificates: Department for Work & Pensions
- taxation and UK National Insurance contributions certificates: HM Revenues & Customs
- renew British driving licences or provide certificates regarding British driving licences: Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency
- certificates confirming British nationality: UK Border Agency
If you cannot find what you are looking in the list above, please refer to the British High Commission for a complete list of services in St Lucia.
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