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The UAE is a popular location for people looking to work abroad. Many UK citizens are moving to Dubai and other towns in the UAE for temporary or permanent employment. Many organisation are actively looking to recruit UK educated staff due to their experience and recognised qualifications.
When offered employment in the UAE you will probably be asked to get your qualifications formally legalised or attested by the UAE embassy. Our UAE attestation service ensures that your documents will be correctly issued with the apostille and then stamped by the embassy. Our fully inclusive service provides you with peace of mind that your documents will be accepted when you present them to your employer of the organisation processing your visa.
The fee for the solicitor certification, apostille and UAE embassy attestation for a degree certificate is £161.00.
One of our most popular services is the UAE degree attestation. We can legalise all recognised UK qualifications from GCSEs to PHDs. Professional qualifications and apprenticeships are also legalised for the UAE.
The attestation service takes care of everything for you.
You send us your document and we take care of the complete service. If you have any questions you can contact us for help or advice.
It is common practice when legalising academic or qualification certificates to produce certified copies of the original documents. This means that the apostille and embassy attestation are attached to the copies and not your original documents. Many customers prefer that their original certificates are not processed as the legalisation of documents leaves permanent marks.
However, we have seen an increase in the number of organisations in the UAE requesting the original certificates are attested. When we are instructed to process originals we will always try to keep the attestation on the back of documents to avoid defacing the front.
If you are not sure whether you need to get your original or copies legalised we recommend you contact the person who has asked you to provide your documents. This will avoid wasted time and money.