UAE Attestation Procedure For Indians

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UAE Attestation Procedure For Indians

Are you looking for UAE attestation? Are you wondering where to start? Do you have doubts about the process? Worry not! Hello everyone, we are PCC attestation services and we are here to help you with everything you need to know about UAE attestation. The UAE is a dream country for everyone looking for a professional breakthrough. The possibilities one has by studying, being employed or expanding their business in the country, are tremendous. Well, you will still need to fulfill the basic requirements, one of them being document attestation. What is document attestation and why is it done?

There are different types of documents that are required for various purposes. But how would one know if the document are original or fake? Well, The main reason for carrying out document attestation is to approve them of their credibility. Document attestation is a mandatory procedure for long term visas like the employment visa, the resident visa, study visa, and similarly few others. The Process can take up to several weeks and can prove to be quite confusing. And hence, you will need professional assistance. Now, what is the procedure? The Documents are classified into three types- first personal, educational and commercial. Therefore, the process for all three types will differ. We can still guide you through a general procedure that is followed. Beginning with, the regional level Here, the attestation is done by the document issuing authority. Generally, for personal documents, it’s done by a notary. for educational documents – the issuing university or the board and finally the Chamber of Commerce for commercial documents.

Next step, is the state level There are three different organizations here, the Home Department, the Human Resource Department(HRD), and the Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM). The SDM is independent of the state government, however, attestation done here is considered as a state-level authentication. Next, the central level The documents are verified by the MEA the Ministry of External Affairs. The MEA will then provide a stamp on the document which is further be verified by the embassy. Finally, the embassy attestation Embassy Attestation is done by the consular of the country you are visiting. Again, a stamp from the embassy official provided on the document. Gulf Attestation: There is though an additional note in the case of Gulf attestation. After an attestation from the Embassy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs – the MOFA is the final stage. It is applicable only for the countries that are a part of the Gulf Cooperation Council. You must know that the MEA and the Embassies do NOT accept individual attestation requests. You can approach the authorities through attestation agents. It sure can be difficult to find trustworthy agents. Well, PCC is one of the topmost attestation companies and has served thousands of clients to be known for its punctuality and genuineness. If you have any doubts about the process you can reach out to us on the link is given in the description and if you found this video useful and informative.

The Embassy/Consulate also performs notarial functions like attestation of academic certificates, diplomas, marriage and birth certificates issued in India, power of attorney and other such documents executed by Indian citizens in India and UAE. The document to be attested must be presented in original with a photocopy and signed before the Consular Officer, who will verify and satisfy himself about the identity of the executant/deponent from his passport. The original passport and a photocopy to be presented for this purpose. The service is rendered the same day.

Certificate Attestation from HRD, Home Department, MEA Attestation .The Government of UAE requires all educational Documents, Personal certificates, professional documents or academic, issued from India to be attested by the UAE Embassy/Consulate in UAE for further attestation by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of UAE Government before grant of UAE Visa.