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How can I attest my diploma certificate in UAE?
Process to Authenticate Your Diploma in the UAE
- Send your diploma for attestation to the Notary Public.
- Get it verified by the Education Department and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country where you acquired the certificate.
- Once verified, give it to the UAE Embassy in your home country for authentication.
Is an attestation legally binding?
The act of attending the execution of a document and bearing witness to its authenticity, by signing one’s name to it to affirm that it is genuine. An attestation clause is frequently found in legal documents that must be witnessed if they are to be valid, for example, a will or a deed.
How long does it take to get MOFA attestation in Dubai?
Whether you have applied for medical certificate attestation in Dubai or authentication of your educational or any other certificates in the UAE, MoFA attestation may take up to two working days. IS UAE MOFA ATTESTATION REQUIRED IF MY DOCUMENTS ARE ATTESTED BY THE UAE EMBASSY IN MY HOME COUNTRY?
How to get your diploma attested by MOFA in the Philippines?
But before having it attested by MOFA, you need to have your diploma authenticated by the UAE embassy in the Philippines and sealed with red-ribbon authentication by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) in the Philippines. It’s a long process but everybody has to go through with it.
How to apply for document attestation in the UAE?
Whether you wish to apply for marriage certificate attestation in Abu Dhabi, birth certificate attestation in Dubai, or educational documents authentication from MoFA Sharjah, the same procedure is followed for all. If you’re using the MOFAIC App to apply for document attestation in the UAE, the process remains almost the same as detailed above.
What if mofaic is not attested in the UAE?
For document (s) issued within UAE that MOFAIC has not attested in the UAE: Ensure that the document (s) has been attested by the appropriate governing body For example, a birth certificate will need to be attested by the Ministry of Health and Prevention or the local health authority.