For most processes in Dubai, for many companies and for most individual purposes attested documents are required. The purpose of certified true copy attestation service in Dubai UAE is to check the validity of documents whether issued inside or outside the country. Therefore, it is mandatory to attest documents in order to recognize them officially for use within Dubai and outside uae
The main goal of our listed true attestation firm in Dubai is to make documents attestation as simple as possible. Our experienced listed firms and talented team handles a variety of document attestation services in Dubai to meet all their client needs. Whether they need documents immediately or in a few months, our team provides everything they need to take the stress and time out of their clients. Our attestation team makes things simple and convenient for their clients.
Our listed firms offers a large assortment of services in Dubai which include:
Our listed lawyers specialize in offering world-class expedited Apostille and UAE embassy authentication services in Dubai. They have unparalleled experience in this field. Our services also include governmental authority attestation of documents for employment and family residence visa services. listed lawyers at gulf advocates are facilitating clients all over the UK, Canada, USA, Europe, India, Australia, and covering more than 70 countries. Our lawyers also have a tracking facility for our clients so that they know the status of the process of the documents provided.
Our listed firm provides timely certificate attestation services of documents which include 3 types of documents:
Apostille is a global attestation that is admissible in almost 104 countries and acknowledged by most of the western countries. Our listed lawyers are well known for apostle services. An apostille is required for documents such as educational certificates, personal documents, power of attorney, affidavits, and many more. Our lawyers in Dubai are serving their clients for more than a decade and have vast experience of apostle services and know-how to make the process simple for the ease of their clients.
The certified true copy is the photocopy of the document which has been confirmed as a true copy of the original. How a person can obtain a copy depends upon the law of the land, the type of the document, and the purpose for which it is needed to be authenticated.
Documents like passport, identity documents issued by the government, the power of attorney which is to be used outside UAE can be attested as true certified copy and can be used for legal transactions. Our listed lawyers in Dubai can get it done with the physical presence of individuals as our listed law firms are licensed establishments to handle all kinds of legal documentation. Whereas for other lawyers to certify a document as a true copy, the document holder must appear and provide valid identification.
Police Clearance Certificate:
The purpose of the police clearance certificate :
Residence visa purposes.
For higher study purposes
In Dubai, according to law, our lawyers issue each certificate for use in one country, whereas individual applications must be submitted for use in other countries. It is valid for 3 months from the date of the issue in Dubai and its validity varies depending upon the country. Our lawyers help their clients in attaining good character/ police certificates with less hustle and ease.
It is for expatriates living in Dubai. There are certain procedures according to the laws of Dubai and are also dependent on sponsor visas. Our lawyers will assist with the complete process and take care of their clients in the process of getting a visa from start till the end including medical and ID typing etc. Our lawyers work for issuing visas within 3-4 working days and make sure all documents are in line with the requirements as per immigration rules.
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