Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Here are some answers to frequently asked questions (faq). If you can’t find what you are looking for, call us on 800776678.

1) What is Attestation?
Attestation is the process of certifying the genuinity of the document by the concerned authorities in the home country as well as Ministry of foreign affairs of UAE.
2) What is Apostille?
Apostilles are affixed by Competent Authorities designated by the government of a state which is party to the convention. A list of these authorities is maintained by the Hague Conference on Private International Law. Examples of designated authorities are embassies, ministries, courts or (local) governments. For example, in the United States, the Secretary of State of each state and his or her deputies are usually competent authorities. In the United Kingdom, all apostilles are issued by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in Milton Keynes.
3) Do I need an Apostille/Attestation?
If you are going to use your document in UAE then attestation is the required. If you are going to use your documents in the countries which are the Members of Hague convention then you need an Apostille. There are over 83 of them around the world. Follow this link for a list of the member countries of the Hague Convention.
4) What is the security of my document?
Since decades we are into the document clearing field. Our team consists of trained staff members who possess excellent skills and who care for your documents as same as you do. They very well understand the value of your certificates which you received after going through a tough phase of struggle and hard work.
5) How do you handle my information?
We respect your privacy and will never misuse or pass personal information to any 3rd party.
6) If the certificate is laminated what will you do?
The lamination from the certificate will be removed carefully so as not to cause any damage to the certificate. The attestation stamps will be put on the non- laminated area of the certificate. It is our suggestion to you to avoid laminating your certificates since different countries demand different attestations on the certificates and every time removal of lamination may cause some undesirable damages to your valuable certificates.
7) If in case the document is in my home country, will it be possible for you to get me the document attested?
We have a counterpart in more than 110 countries where you can submit your document directly and collect it in UAE from our office once it’s completely attested.
8) How can I track after I submit my original document to you?
You can either check it through our online Tracking facility in our website or you can call any of the contact numbers and ask for the status and our team will provide you with the exact status of your document.
9) Do you have collection and Delivery services?
We provide free Collection and Delivery Services throughout the Emirates, which is fast and reliable.
10) Why is an attestation of certificates necessary?
To obtain an employment visa/ labour Card in the United Arab Emirates for most of the designation
To pursue higher education in a foreign country
To get the equivalent certificates
To write MOH (Ministry of Health) and DOH (Dept. of Health) examinations by doctors, nurses, pharmacists, laboratory technicians, etc.
To obtain residence visa for wife, children, in-laws
For the admission of child in the school
To get the right to sell properties at home country
For the removal of LLC partnership provided partner in India does not wish to extend the partnership
11) How much does certificate attestation cost?
The charges for certificate attestation depend on country to country. In UAE the attestation cost starts from 250 AED with collection and delivery.
12) What is the Process of certificate attestation?
  1. Notary Public Stamp on the Certificate (if required) optional for some countries.
  2. Verification from the State Education Department or Relevant Authority.
  3. Authentication from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Country of Issue.
  4. UAE Embassy Attestation in the Home Country.
  5. Finally, Attestation from Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) in UAE.

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