When moving to any other country, you have to prove that your documents are valid through legal procedures. You can confirm your credentials by getting your documents attested or legalized as per the rules and regulations of the UAE or any other country you are relocating to.
Attested documents are one of the most important requirements for carrying out any process in Dubai. Whether you are applying for any job in the premises of UAE or you want to get enrolled in any high education institute, document attestation in Dubai is a must to complete the process.
For people who are not aware of the document attestation process in Dubai, it becomes a troublesome and lengthy procedure. Therefore, it is always suggested to get the assistance of legal attorneys to avoid any mistakes and keep up the process as per the legislation of UAE.
The process of verification of documents in UAE is called legalization or UAE embassy attestation. You have to go through the stepwise procedure of authenticating the documents to ensure that they are valid to be used in different organizations. The process of legalizing your documents before coming to Dubai includes:
In case you are in Dubai and forget to get the documents verified beforehand, you can go to the embassy of your home country in Dubai and then to the Foreign affairs department for document attestation in Dubai. Submit the document to the UAE embassy for final attestation.
The procedure for legalizing your documents in UAE is divided into two steps:
Go to the DNCP branches to meet the notary at Al Qusaisa and Al Barsha which are open at Al Tawar Centre. Do not forget to take all original documents, your passport, and all supporting documents along with the copy.
The charges of document attestation in Dubai vary as per the nature of documents. You can consult the professionals at Bur Dubai and Bastakiya area to get your documents legalized from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In case you have lost the attested copies of the original documents, you can get a verified copy of original documents from DNCP by following the below-mentioned procedure:
Disclaimer: An attorney/lawyer shall be consulted when making a decision for your legal needs. Rules and laws described in this blog shall only be used as a source of information and cannot be contested in a court of law, neither can be used as legal advice.