A-LEVEL CERTIFICATE UK APOSTILLE
What is an A-Level Certificate?
Who can get an A-Level Certificate?
What do I need to get a replacement A-Level Certificate?
Abbreviated from Advanced Level, an A-Level Certificate is an earned, secondary education qualification, based on a specific academic subject; such as English, Maths, Physics, etc.
Anyone who has completed GCSEs in the UK can start an A-Level qualification. Many Community Colleges will allow you to complete A-Level qualifications without prior, relevant GCSEs.
You will be issued Certificates on completion and award of your A-Levels but these will not be duplicated or replaced. You can apply to the awarding body to receive a "Certified Statement of Results", find out more here. This document can also be apostilled.
Have an A-Level Certificate legalised with a UK apostille certificate by The Apostilles Group from just £105.
Includes FCDO fee of £45 & solicitor.
Your document will be transported using Royal Mail's Guaranteed Special Delivery service to the FCDO Legalisation Office and using the FCDO's preferred carrier, DX to return to us.
LEGALISATION SUPPORT SERVICES
The Hague Convention only applies to 83 countries, we've selected the most popular to chose from but if you need a different country we will be able to carry this out for you. Find out more here.
TRANSLATION OF APOSTILLED DOCUMENTS
Your apostilled A-Level Certificate can be translated in to any of 130 languages from £100
A-LEVEL CERTIFICATE APOSTILLE
Things to remember
Always ask if it's acceptable to get a certified photocopy of an A-Level Certificate apostilled. That way you can keep your original.
Some countries will insist on having an original A-Level Certificate apostilled. In this case, some Colleges and awarding bodies will provide duplicate certificates.
REASONS YOU MAY NEED AN A-LEVEL CERTIFICATE LEGALISED
Starting work overseas
Starting a new qualification overseas