Certificate attestation is a procedure to authenticate the genuineness of documents issued in one country for use in another country. In the UAE, the attestation process typically involves three main steps:
Notary Attestation: Visit a notary public in your home country and get your certificate notarized. This step verifies the authenticity of the document.
Home Country’s Government Attestation: After notarization, you need to get your document attested by the relevant government department or ministry in your home country. The specific department depends on the type of document you want to attest (e.g., Ministry of Education for educational certificates, Ministry of Foreign Affairs for general documents).
UAE Embassy Attestation: Once your document is attested by your home country’s government, you need to submit it to the UAE Embassy or Consulate in your home country for further attestation. This step validates the document’s authenticity for use in the UAE.
It’s important to note that the attestation requirements and processes may vary depending on the type of document you want to attest and the country of issuance. It’s advisable to check with the UAE Embassy/Consulate in your home country or contact the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs for accurate and up-to-date information regarding the attestation process.
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