If you’re planning a visit to the United Arab Emirates, being familiar with the concept of document attestation, and what it does can save you valuable time and resources when it comes to preparing the required documents for your visa application. As one of the leading attestation services providers in the UAE, BenchMark has prepared a list of the commonly asked FAQs regarding attestation.
Planning to tie the knot in the UAE? Great decision! Home to some of the most beautiful cities on Earth, this Middle Eastern oasis is as glamorous a wedding destination as they come. However, being up-to-date with all the legal procedures of getting married in the UAE is as important as any other aspect of planning your wedding.
If you’re relocating to UAE, you’ll need to get your educational certificates and degrees attested before you can use them to get employed. The attestation procedure goes through following steps.
Your dream of working a great job in Dubai is finally within reach! Now all you have to do is prepare your paperwork so you can finish the last steps; for which you need to get your required visa documents attested. But which documents do you need? We’re here to help you out! In this blog, we’ve covered the basics of everything you need for certificate attestation!
If you’re traveling to a Hague member country and are requested to have your documents authenticated or apostilled, there are several things you should know about the process. When getting your notarized documents apostilled or authenticated, you are not the one who makes the requests, it is your signer who does. The signer may be a U.S. federal officer, a consular officer, a foreign diplomatic official, a judge advocate, or a military notary.