People today move around a lot. This may be for study purposes, work or simply to live a life that suits them better. If you’re an expat of Indian nationality working in the UAE or if you’re someone traveling to the UAE for educational or business purposes for a period of time, having your documentation in order is essential.
The UAE is in a constant state of expansion and those wishing to move in and contribute to the economy and culture are always welcome. At the same time, the safety and prosperity enjoyed in the UAE is possible in part due to legal stringencies and regulations. These include the need for documentation that has been attested or authenticated by a legal body recognized in the UAE.
A lack of authentic documents may lead to difficulty seeking employment, making large purchases, registering with a school or educational institution and renting real estate for the purpose of lodging. The same can also cause problems with immigration and other necessary and legal processes. For this reason, having your documentation attested by a local body within the UAE is essential.
Indian Birth Certificate Attestation Procedure
A birth certificate is one of the most important base documents and is usually required as a part of all kinds of processes from visa extension to licensing and registration. In order for a birth certificate issued in India (or elsewhere) to be recognized in the UAE, the same must be attested (authenticated) by local attesting bodies.
This process, however, takes a lot of time and energy. It involves dealing with legal red tape, submitting and resubmitting documents and coordinating between the Indian Embassy and the local concerned authorities within the UAE.
Attestation may only be undertaken from the place of certificate issuance. For an Indian birth certificate to be valid for use within the UAE, the home department responsible for such matters must provide authentication formally.
We take this entire stress off your hands by doing all the running about for you. Some of the documents we need from your end include:
- The Originally Issued Birth Certificate
- A Copy of Your Passport
- Copies of your Valid Visa
- Two Photographs for Identification
- A Letter of Authorization
Upon receipt of the documents mentioned, we proceed to take your case to the relevant authorities for due process. Once we have received all the necessary signatures and stamps to validate and authenticate your Indian birth certificate, we connect with you and drop off your attested documentation.
If you’re an Indian national living in the UAE alone or with family, having the birth certificates for yourself and your household are essential. If you’re avoiding the tedium of submitting documents and doing the running about needed to get your Indian birth certificate attested, rest assured; we’ll take this task on for you. Don’t waste time and don’t delay. Connect with us now and we’ll see to the rest.