When a Danish document is to be used abroad, it has to be legalised. For further information about legalisation of Danish documents please click here.
When a Danish document is to be used for the Indonesian authorities, it is usually required that both the original and the English translation are legalised by Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen and afterwards by the Indonesian Embassy in Copenhagen.
As the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen charge a fee for each document being legalised, kindly contact the Indonesian Embassy in Denmark to verify whether you can suffice with a legalisation of the translation alone or whether you need to get both the translation and the original document legalised.
For information on legalisation fee please click here.