For the purpose of using in a foreign country, a document first needs to be attested by the UAE ministry of foreign affairs and the destination country’s embassy/consulate in Dubai or Abu Dhabi.
The rules pertaining to the ratification/legalization change from embassy to embassy. While many embassies attest documents upon submission, in some instances one may need to obtain an appointment before visiting the embassy or needs translations by some specific, registered translators to be submitted.
For instance, Spanish embassy only legalizes documents presented at an appointment, while Canadian embassy attests documents only on a couple of days in the week. Russian embassy only accepts documents which are translated. Most of the times, the required information is not always readily available.
The ambiguity and lack of information can give way for a confusing and exhausting experience especially in cases where the required embassy is not established yet in the UAE. That’s where we step in with our experienced attestation consultants, ready to take over and assist you with any requirement you may have.
Kindly contact our team if you have any further questions at +971555740922 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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