UAE embassy Authentication

Embassy Authentication is an alternative way to document the document, used for countries that are not members of the Hague Convention such as the United Arab Emirates. These countries do not accept or recognize the Apostille as a documentation of public documents issued by the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India, Pakistan, the Philippines and South Korea certificate.

In most cases, will for the legalization of the embassy requires a document to be notarized by a notary or lawyer (depending on the country of issue), followed by the ratification of the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Office of any US State Department, DFAT, the State Department and others. Finally, the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in the country of origin, which will be sent to the document.

We help our clients get Apostille and Embassy legalization of documents. Apostille or embassy legalization certifies the authenticity of documents issued in the country of origin before they can be accepted by the government and commercial institutions abroad.

Authentication, certificate or rationing often involves several stages of bureaucracy, which makes it heavy and confusing process. Our experts have handled thousands of cases of documentation and use their expertise to review the requirements of each document. And to undertake the instrument of ratification on behalf of the client, and significantly reduce the time it takes to make the entire process quickly and efficiently and effortlessly. Our experts specialize in the legitimation of a wide range of documents, including academic certificates, and key texts and documents such as marriage, birth and divorce certificates and documents for businesses of all kinds.  For details 


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