• Russian Embassy legalisation

    All official documents issued in the Republic of Singapore can be recognised in Russia only after Russian Embassy legalisation.

    First of all the documents will need to be legalised by the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) – we can help with this step – please, enquire during application.

    • All documents issued by the Singapore Government Departments (e.g. ACRA, IRAS, Registry of Marriage Certificates, Birth Certificates and Educational Certificates from local government schools) first must be directly legalised as originals (not as a “certified copy”) by the Singapore Academy of Law – we can help with this step – please, enquire during application.
    • Non-government documents (private or company documents) must be first referred to a Notary Public for notarisation and then to the Singapore Academy of Law for certification and legalisation – we can help with these steps – please, enquire during application.
    • Commercial documents such as invoices, certificates of origin, bills of sales, fumigation certificates, etc. must be certified or seen by any of the four Chambers of Commerce (International, Chinese, Indian or Malay) or the Singapore Manufacturers’ Association before presenting to the SAL for legalisation.

    Required documents for Russian Embassy legalisation

    • Should you require to print any of the required documents in our office, please note that an additional charge will be applied.

    Processing time for Russian Embassy legalisation

    • Processing time for legalisation at the Russian Consulate is usually one working day excluding the submission day.

    Fees for legalisation

    • Consular fee is 76 SGD per document.
    • Service fee is 82 SGD per document.

    Notary certification

    The Consular office has the authority to notarise, in accordance to the Russian legislation, the documents to be submitted in Russia (such as Power of Attorney, Russian-English translation endorsement, copy endorsement, signature endorsement, etc.).

    All documents submitted for notarisation must be in Russian or have a Russian translation. The applicant must prove their identity with the original passport and an ID card.

    • The processing time at the Russian consulate is usually the same working day.

    Consular fee for non-Russian nationals:

    • Power of Attorney is S$ 84-168;
    • Endorsement of translation from English into Russian is S$ 108 per one page of original text;
    • Endorsement of translation from Russian into English S$ 139 per one page of original text;
    • Signature endorsement is S$ 25;
    • True copy endorsement is S$ 38 per one page of original text.
    • Service fee is S$ 82.

    • All fees and charges are subject to prevailing GST.

    Delivery of your passport

    • To proceed, email us at info@globalsingapore.sg in order to book an appointment. Our opening hours are 8.00 to 18.00 Monday to Friday. Last appointment is at 17.30.
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