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UAE Attestation of Existing UK Documents

From here you can easily arrange the attestation of UK documents so that they can be officially be presented within the UAE (United Arab Emirates). This service includes both UK & UAE disbursements. Please feel free to call us on +44 (0) 333 088 1142 if you have any questions.

Complete the form in 3 easy steps:

  • Step 1 - Choose the Type of Document you are sending
  • Step 2 - Provide the person named on the document
  • Step 3 - Choose how fast you want the UAE legalisation completed

 

Complete the form below to order:

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Service Fee:  £139.00(Exc. 20% VAT)(£166.80 Inc. VAT)
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Notes for online ordering:

This service includes:

  • Certification by a UK Solicitor (Where Required)
  • Addition of a UK Apostille Stamp
  • Attendance at the UAE Embassy in London for the addition of Attestation Stamps
Accepted Payment Types

We accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express Cards

We accept PayPal Payments

Please see below for additional information if you need help completing the form above.


Guidance Notes

This section is designed to answer questions you may have when completing the form above. If there is anything you are unsure of, please feel free to call a member of our sales team on +44 (0) 333 088 1142 who will be happy to help.

  • Note 1 - Birth, Marriage, Death & Adoption certificates must be original certified copies. We cannot legalise photocopies certified by a solicitor or Notary Public
  • Note 2 - Birth Certificates are advised to be the Long-Form version if the document is to support any legal or official purpose as Short-Form certificates are rarely accepted by any authority
  • Note 3 - Deed Poll change of name documents require certification by a UK solicitor or Notary Public before being legalised. If you have yet to arrange this certification, we can arrange this on your behalf. Simply choose the 'Non-Certified Deed Poll' option above
  • Note 4 - Power of Attorney documents must be countersigned by a Notary Public (not a solicitor) before being legalised

Other Information

Whilst Vital Certificates specialises in the supply and attestation of personal documents, we can of course arrange to legalise any UK-issued document. Please feel free to contact us on +44 (0) 333 088 1142 to discuss your individual requirements.


Call Us Today on +44 (0) 330 088 1142