UAE Embassy Attestation In Philippines
Legal documents issued in the Philippines can be attested through the UAE embassy and be used to apply for a UAE residential visa.
The UAE requires foreign nationals seeking residency to submit attested legal documents. These documents include educational certificates, birth certificates, marriage certificates, police clearance certificates, vocational/technical training diplomas, and affidavits.
Once documents issued in the Philippines have an Apostille attached, Filipinos can use them for various purposes in foreign countries. Filipino nationals looking to live in the UAE will have to submit their locally attested documents to the UAE embassy in Manila, then the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the UAE.
All certificates issued by the Philippines will first have to be processed for DFA Apostille and then by the UAE embassy located in Manila.
Document Attestation in the Philippines
Documents issued by the Philippines will need an Apostille from the Philippines Department of Foreign Affairs; this is the authoritative body that assesses the legitimacy of the sign on the document.
Note that if a birth or marriage certificate is issued in the Philippines and has a “Specified services certificate” written, the individual can’t use it outside the country. These documents will need to be replaced with others for abroad use.
What’s The Process of Getting Attestation in The Philippines Through the UAE Embassy?
The stages of attestation in the UAE include:
- Original degree will need to be submitted to receive a true copy
- Transcript of Record (TOR)
- Attestation from Commissioner of Higher Education Department, Manila (CHED)
- Apostille from the Department of Foreign Affairs once DFA Appointment is booked.
- Attestation from the UAE embassy in Manila.
Suppose you’re already in the UAE, and the document attestation in the Philippines is already completed. In that case, our partners in the Philippines will safely ship those to complete attestation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) in the UAE.
How We Help With Philippines Attestation
Receiving an apostille can be complicated and confusing. We will transfer your legal documents to multiple agencies for attestation.
Send us your documents, and we’ll confirm whether the government can accept them in the UAE after attestation. We’ll give you a breakdown of the attestation process and give you a quote.
The quote will include legal fees, service fees, translation costs (if needed), and courier expenses. We’ll send your documents to our trusted partners using safe courier services. Once the attestation in the Philippines is completed, we’ll submit the documents to the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which will provide the final stamp of approval.
We offer regular updates on the progress throughout the attestation process, so our clients know exactly where their legal documents are at all times.
Benchmark Attestation Services has many years of experience under our belt; you can count on us to deliver attested documents to you on time.