If you are planning to apply for a UAE visa and need to establish the authenticity and legality of your marriage certificate, it is necessary to undergo the marriage certificate attestation process. This process is crucial to ensure that your document is acknowledged and accepted by the UAE authorities.
The attestation process typically involves the following stages:
Your marriage certificate must first be notarized by the relevant authorities in the country where it was issued. This step verifies the authenticity of the document.
Attestation in Your Home Country:
After notarization, the marriage certificate needs to be attested by the designated authorities in your home country. This attestation validates the genuineness of the notary’s signature and seal.
UAE Embassy Attestation:
Once the attestation in your home country is completed, the marriage certificate should be attested by the UAE Embassy or Consulate located in your home country. This step confirms the authenticity of the previous attestations.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) Attestation:
The final stage involves attestation by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA). This is a crucial step that verifies the validity of the marriage certificate for its use within the UAE.
Marriage certificate attestation for UAE visa purposes ensures that your document is legally recognized and accepted by the UAE authorities. It provides assurance that your marriage is considered valid and legitimate when applying for a visa or engaging in any official procedures in the UAE.
How Can World Attestation Services assist you?
Reliance World Attestation offers comprehensive services for attesting your Marriage Certificate issued in any country for use in the UAE. Our team of experts is well-versed in handling attestation procedures for over 100 countries. In addition, we also provide certificate translation services.
In addition, We do provide all types of Certificate attestation around the globe, such as
- Birth Certificate Attestation.
- Degree/ Diploma Attestation.
- Transfer Certificate Attestation.
- Experience Certificate Attestation.
- Power of Attorney Attestation.