While it may be exciting to move to a new country, it definitely isn’t one of the easier things to do. Most countries don’t allow immigrants to work or live within their borders without providing the necessary documentation that proves their identity and their qualifications.
Whether you’re renting an apartment, looking for employment, or enrolling in a university abroad, you will be required to provide documentation. These documents will need to be attested by the relevant authorities in order to prove their authenticity.
The complex, confusing, and time-consuming procedures involved with getting documents attested tend to put people off, but that doesn’t stop people from wanting to move to another country to seek out opportunities.
In this piece, we’re going to explore the certificate and document attestation in detail. Let’s dive in.
What is Attestation?
Attestation entails the signing or stamping of an authorized individual or body/institution that verfies the documebt’s authenticity. While some attestations validate the authenticity of the content within a document, others validate the legitimacy of signatures present on a document.
For instance, the Ministry of Education attests university degrees. Their stamp on the degree means the Ministry of Education provides its guarantee that the degree is legitimate.
If you wish to work overseas, you will need to submit attested documents to guarantee the legitimacy of all the paperwork. Countries reserve the right to reject visa applications that aren’t supported by attested documents.
Why You Need to Attest Documents
As mentioned earlier, whether you’re looking to start a new job, considering moving abroad, or having your child admitted to a new school, you will need to submit attested and authenticated documents. Failing to do so will prevent you from being able to do any of those things.
When moving abroad with family, you will need to have attested birth certificates for your children to admit them to schools. It will first have to be attested by the state that your child was born in, then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and lastly, by the embassy of the country that you’re seeking residency in.
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