Legalisation of documents from the British Virgin Islands for use in the Netherlands
If you want to use a document from the British Virgin Islands in the Netherlands, you must first have it legalised by the local British authorities.
Due to the coronavirus, the possibilities to have foreign documents legalised at an embassy or consulate-general are limited. To see if it is possible to make an appointment, please check the online appointment system (unless otherwise indicated). If no times are available, it is not yet possible. Do you only need to have your documents legalised by the local authorities? Then check with the local authorities if that is possible.
Which documents can be legalised?
You can have various documents legalised, such as diplomas and certificates. The most common documents are extracts from civil status records:
- an official copy of a birth certificate
- an official copy of a marriage certificate
- an official copy of a death certificate
You can request these documents on the British Virgin Islands government website.
- a certificate of unmarried status
- an official copy of a divorce certificate
Ask the local British authorities where you can get these documents.
Where and how can you have your document legalised?
Have your document from the British Virgin Islands legalised by the local British authorities in Road Town on the island of Tortola. To find out how this works, go to Legalisation of documents from the United Kingdom for use in the Netherlands.