All academic and professional certificates, whether personal or awarded, must be validated by an embassy or consulate in the United Arab Emirates, according to a government mandate. These documents also need to be approved by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates government before a visa for the country may be issued.
The obligations and roles of the notary in the certificate attestation process at the UAE Embassy
All certificates need to be attested in the UAE Embassy legalisation for formal purposes. After the notary attests your certifications, you need to submit documents for home department attestation, which verifies the authenticity of the supplied documents. The attestation is managed by the Ministry of External Affairs of the government. All certifications granted by any state are first approved by the before being submitted to the UAE embassy. The home department or the education department should certify for attestation.
Before forwarding documents for attestation, you must first have attestation from the Department. The Department authenticates the certificates after verifying their contents. Authentication is the precise representation of a certificate’s validity that has been provided. Attesting documents and certificates follows the same process in UAE Embassy. All certifications granted by government technical boards, and paramedical facilities, government schools, and other organizations are certified by the Human Resource Department.
The United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Foreign Affairs mandates that all academic and personal certificates issued be verified by an consulate or embassy in the UAE prior to granting a visa. The UAE attestation procedure begins with this stage. After being attested by the counsel, Dubai Attestation Certificates can be presented to the UAE Embassy for further validation. The UAE embassy will certify any commercial, educational, and non-educational documents if the certificates are validated by the counsel.