Attesting Irish Documents For The UAE
The United Arab Emirates will usually require documents that have been issued in Ireland to be attested before they can be used in the UAE. This is a two-step process which requires the addition of an Apostille Stamp by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), and then subsequent consular attestation by the UAE Embassy in London. Attestation is sometimes referred to as legalisation. Find out more about attestation here.
The most common documents that require attestation are Birth, Marriage & Death certificates, Educational Qualifications, and Company Registration documents. We can however arrange to attest any officially-issued documents that may be required.
How Does It Work?
All documents we help to attest go follow our three-stage procedure:
Please keep in mind that certain documents have different needs. For example, Irish Educational Documents don't need to be certified by a solicitor, thus shortening the process by one step.
Why Vital Certificates?
We’ve helped thousands of clients have their Irish documents attested, and haven’t once had a document rejected in the UAE.
In fact, we’re so confident in our service that we offer a 100% acceptance guarantee.
That’s right. If for any reason your documents are rejected we will refund your order in full.
Using our UAE attestation service gives you complete peace of mind and ensures that you get what you require in a timescale to suit your needs. We have a friendly and expert team based in the UK ready to receive your documents, who have years of experience and deal with the UAE Embassy in London on a daily basis. They’re fully aware of the steps required to make sure your attestation goes smoothly.
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