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Document Certification

Document Certification

Depending on the objectives of an individual or company, certain documents need to be certified.

This is usually required for purposes such as emigration, opening bank accounts, or establishing companies abroad.

If you are in need of document certification and attestation services for your legal needs? Look no further than Monarch Legal Advisory. Our experienced and knowledgeable team of attorneys specialise in providing thorough and efficient document certification and attestation services to ensure that your legal documentation is valid and recognised in all jurisdictions. Whether you need to authenticate a contract, affidavit, power of attorney, or any other legal document, we have the expertise to help.

We understand the importance of legal documents in your business and personal matters, and we work diligently to ensure that your documentation is accurate and legally binding. Recognising the urgency that may be required in certain cases, we are equipped to expedite the certification and witnessing of documents to meet various timelines. We we are adaptable and responsive to accommodate diverse schedules.

Contact us today to learn more about our document certification and attestation services, and see how we can assist you with your legal needs.

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Document certification in Dubai, often referred to as attestation or notarization, involves the verification of the authenticity of documents and signatures by a certified authority. This process is necessary to ensure that documents are legally recognized in both local and international dealings. It’s particularly important for legal documents such as marriage certificates, educational degrees, and corporate agreements, especially when they are to be used for official purposes like visa applications, school enrollments, or business registrations.

The process of document certification in Dubai typically involves several steps:

  1. Verification from the issuing country: If the document is from outside the UAE, it first needs to be verified by the designated authority in the country of origin, such as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  2. Attestation by the UAE Embassy in the issuing country: After initial verification, the document needs to be attested by the UAE Embassy or Consulate in the country where the document was issued.
  3. Final attestation in the UAE: Once in the UAE, the document must be attested by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MOFAIC) to be considered valid for use within the UAE.

These steps ensure that the document is recognized as legitimate under UAE law and can be used for governmental or legal purposes without any issues.

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