A Step-By-Step Guide to Apply for Birth Certificate Attestation.

Guide to Apply for Birth Certificate Attestation in UAE

A Step-By-Step Guide to Apply for Birth Certificate Attestation.


A birth certificate is the first document that provides proof of your birth and all details of your personal information. It is a legal, official and most important identity document. It is required for official procedures, to travel, for higher education, for applying for jobs, for registering a business, for issuing passport and for many other purposes. All certificates like educational, birth, marriage, death, etc. issued from any government body abroad or from the respective country's embassy in UAE should be attested from the Ministry of Foreign Affair(MOFA) in UAE before they can be used in the country. This process is known as "Apostille" or "Apostilization".

A Step-By-Step Guide to Apply for Birth Certificate Attestation:

Attestation or legalization of documents is the process of getting an authorized stamp on the document. This stamp is a proof that the signature on the document is legal and authentic. Document legalization is a process to certify that the signature on the document is true, and the document is original. It is done so that the document can be used in countries that are different from the country where the document was issued.

•Process of birth certificate attestation

The process is an easy one, but it can be a long and mind-boggling process, especially if you need the certificate attestation within a short time frame. Fill in the online application form and upload the required documents.

• Pay the application fee online.

If you are planning to submit your application online, the first thing you need to do is to pay the application fee. You can make a payment online by logging on to the official website of the organization. After that, you will need to fill up the application form and submit it. Remember to make note of the application number or the registration number. Along with this, also keep a copy of your application form.

• Attest the documents.

You can get your birth certificate attested from your country. You have to take your documents to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the attestation. You can contact the ministry of foreign affairs or embassy in UAE or the ministry of foreign affairs of your country for attestation of the documents.

• Get the documents authenticated.

Most birth certificates in Abu Dhabi and the world certificate, an official document proving the birth of a person. It is issued by either a state's department of vital records or the equivalent of such departments. It states the date, time, and place of birth. The certificate is typically prepared by the attending physician or midwife, and is usually signed by the baby's mother and father. Most birth certificates in UAE or the world can be issued by the parent to the baby or be ordered from the civil registration office or equivalent office.

• Submit the documents to your Embassy and collect the completed documents.

The documents you need to submit vary depending on the country. Collecting the birth certificate is completely dependent on the country of birth. If you have the birth certificate, you might need the original passport. Some countries even ask for expired passport.

• Apply for a visa.

If you have nothing to hide then you have nothing to fear. Getting a visa is all about showing that you and your family are worthy of a visa. You have to tell a compelling and straightforward story when applying (which you must have thought through beforehand). You should be honest and realistic in your application.

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