Apostille is a validation system that certifies the authenticity of a document and allows it to be legally valid in another country. The rules of the Apostille procedure have been established by the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, which is applicable among the member states of the Hague Convention. The competent authorities of the Apostille Board shall be determined by the member or the States Parties.
For the Apostille, the only competent authority in the UK is the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Apostille approval may vary depending on the nature of the document. As you can personally make an Apostille application, we can do it on your behalf for a small fee. British Foreign Ministry documents which have been certified by the Certification Office can be used directly in Turkey and also does not need the approval of the consulate.
authority for apostille in Turkey varies according to the nature of the document and the local authority. Governorships, district governorships, judicial documents, the Presidency of the Criminal Court, the Council of Courts or the Justice Commission Presidencies are authorized for the apostille procedure.