uae embassy attestation serviceAttesting documents with the UAE embassy in London can be confusing and expensive if you do not understand how to process documents correctly. Using our legalisation service will save you time and money. If you have been asked to provide documents to the United Arab Emirates then you will need to get them fully attested before they will be accepted. This process is often referred to as embassy attestation or legalisation.We are pleased to offer a fully inclusive solution to businesses and individuals.

What is included in our service?

  • Documents checks to ensure swift processing
  • Solicitor fees if your document needs to be certified
  • Foreign and Commonwealth Apostille Certification
  • UAE embassy attestation fees
  • All administration charges and expenses
  • All other disbursements and VAT
  • There are no hidden charges


What are the fees?

The charge for our complete UAE legalisation service depends on the type of document we are processing.


Standard Public Documents


per document
  • Birth, Marriage, Death Certificates
  • Certificate of No Impediment
  • Divorce or Court Documents
  • ACPO or Police Letter
  • Notary Public Signed Documents
  • Solicitor Signed Documents

Company Documents


per document
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Certificate of Good Standing
  • Memorandum and Articles of Association
  • Minutes, Resolutions, Reports, Accounts
  • Appointments, Contracts, Agreements
  • Any business related document


What happens to your document?

It is important to process documents correctly to avoid delays and further expenses. When we legalise your document we will check the document to ensure it has been created correctly and that it is suitable for the attestation service. When documents need to be certified by a solicitor we will include this in our service. The documents are then hand delivered to the FCO (often called the Foreign Office) for the apostille before they are submitted to the embassy for the UAE attestation.

On completion your document will have an apostille certificate attached. The embassy will apply a rubber stamp to attest the document and an official sticker will be applied to confirm the correct fee has been paid to the UAE. You can view a sample of the UAE attestation stamps here - UAE Attestation Stamps

Price Match

We are confident that we provide the most competitive prices for our services. If you find a comparable service that provides the same high levels of service and processing times at a lower price we will be pleased to try and match the price. We recommend you check all fees are included and you have accounted for additional charges (solicitor fees, vat, FCO charges and other disbursements) when comparing services.