Marriage certificate is a very important document in foreign countries especially when you are planning to bring your spouse under your sponsorship and to apply for passports, visa, or get your maiden name change. For all of the above applications, attestation of marriage certificate is mandatory to prove its legal validity and authenticity.
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Documents required for marriage certificate attestation in the UAE
Original marriage certificate
A copy of valid passport
Steps involved in attesting marriage certificate in UAE:
Regardless of the country you were born in, you must first have your marriage certificate authenticated there before applying for marriage certificate attestation. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) of the nation of origin must then certify the certificate. Your marriage certificate can now be sent to the UAE Embassy of the country of origin. Your document will then be sent to various UAE authorities for further attestation after the first three procedures are complete: the Notary Public, Ministry of Justice, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Attestation of Death Certificate in UAE
When a death certificate is being used outside of the country where it was originally issued or originated, it must undertake a kind of verification process known as death certificate attestation in the United Arab Emirates. This kind of attestation confirms the legitimacy of a document to a foreign entity that has to provide a properly authenticated document. We provide fast legalization and verification services at BLS Document Services.
Original Death certificate
Purposes of Death Certificate Attestation
For claiming insurance
For any legal obligations.
For settling any property benefaction.
Death certificate attestation is a multi-step process that is difficult for one individual to complete on their own. Therefore, it is always best to contact a reputable provider of attestation services like BLS Document Services. Prior to being forwarded to the UAE Embassy or UAE Consulate in the home country for verification and legalization, the Death document must first be reviewed by the home department of the country that issued it, followed by the ministry of foreign affairs or ministry of external affairs. After completing the first three procedures, it is forwarded to the UAE's Ministry of Foreign Affairs for attestation.