Fees for legalization

With state tax stamps included!

TranslationS legalization in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

22,50 BGN – Slow Order /4 days/

32,50 BGN – Normal /2 days/

42,00 BGN – Express /intraday/

Legalization of a document in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

22,50 BGN – Slow Order /4 days/

32,50 BGN – Normal /2 days/

42,00 BGN – Express /intraday /

Note: The prices quoted are excluding VAT

Endorsements in Ministries

including state fees and commissions!

35,00 BGN – Validation at MES / NACID

27,50 BGN – Validation at the Ministry of Health

37,50 BGN – Certificate in the Metropolisя

47,50 BGN – Certificate in the Metropolis and synod

37,50 BGN – Mufti’s certificate

25,00 BGN – in the Ministry of Justice

Negotiable – Another institutions

Endorsements at embassies

All embassies have requirements for fees and type of currency, as well as different time for validation of documents.

10,00 BGN – Certification in a notary office

Negotiable – Verification of authentication of a foreign document made by the diplomatic or consular representation of the country of origin of the document

– The notary fee for the notary’s certification is added to the price of the company service.
– The prices for legalization are in BGN and refer to 1 pc. document.
– The prices for legalization are in BGN and refer to 1 pc. document. Prices include a commission.


Depending on the type of documents, the steps are different. You can start your order in the following ways:

  1. To come to our office where we will review the documents and clarify the whole procedure – how will the translation be done, with all signatures, stamps and other details available. We will comment the deadlines and other important things.
  2. By e-mail, you requested to send us the document that requires translation, indicating your contact phone. After reviewing the files, we contact you and specify how to start the order.
  3. You come to our office or send us the documents by courier.
  4. You can useAsk for an offer

In Bulgaria, the competent bodies that set an apostille on Bulgarian public acts are: the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Ministry of Justice certifies with apostille the acts of the courts and notaries (public acts within the meaning of Article 1 (a), (b) and (d) of the Convention).
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs certifies with apostille all other acts (public acts within the meaning of Article 1 (b) of the Convention) such as:

  • the civil status and address registration documents issued by the municipalities;
  • various certificates, certificates, licenses, and other ministries, government agencies and commissions;
  • the documents for education, acquired qualification and qualification;
  • documents of national insurance institute, national revenue agency , etc .;


Apostille means certification of a document in the country in which it was issued. This is a unified way of legalizing public acts and documents that are presented abroad. In Bulgaria, it was introduced on April 30, 2001, when it became a party to the Hague Convention, concluded in The Hague on October 5, 1961. Apostilled, the document is exempt from any subsequent form of certification and legalization in both the issuing State and the State Party where the document will be presented.

The form and content of the apostille are binding on all States party to the Hague Convention.
In countries that are parties to the Hague Convention, it is issued by different institutions.
Simply put, if you have a foreign-issued document issued with an apostille certificate, you only need to translate it and you can use it. If the document is not apostilled, you must translate it and legalize it at the MFA of Bulgaria.
Conversely, if you will use a Bulgarian document abroad.