There are special rules for the legalisation of export documents. Firstly, as a rule the documents must be legalised by a Danish authority prior to the legalisation by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and secondly, some of them are not covered by the Apostille Convention.
Export documents issued by a Danish authority, e.g. Health Certificates issued by the Veterinary and Food Administration, can be sent directly for legalisation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Export documents issued by private companies must be legalised by one of the bodies below before legalisation can take place at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.Dansk Erhverv(The Danish Chamber of Commerce)CertifikatkontoretBørsenDK-1217 Copenhagen KTel.: +45 33 74 60 00Hours of business: 09:00-16:00The Danish Chamber of Commerce in:Aarhus +45 86 13 53 55Odense +45 66 14 47 14Aalborg +45 98 16 06 00Aabenraa +45 74 62 49 62Confederation of Danish IndustryCertifikatkontoret H.C. Andersens Boulevard 181787 Copenhagen VTel.: +45 33 77 34 78Hours of business: 09:00-15:00
The following documents are perceived as being related directly to export and are thus not covered by the Apostille Convention. They cannot therefore be endorsed with an Apostille (the list is not complete):
First, legalisation at the Danish Chamber of Commerce or the Confederation of Danish Industry if it is a document issued by a private company (public documents issued by a Danish authority can be legalised directly at the Ministry). Then legalisation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with a general stamp, and finally any necessary legalisation at the Embassy of the country in question in Copenhagen.
These documents are exempt from a fee in connection with legalisation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Ministry of Foreign AffairsLegalisation OfficeAsiatisk Plads 2DK-1448 Copenhagen K
Tel.: +45 33 92 12 33Fax: +45 33 92 01 38E-Mail: Legalisering@um.dk