Are you planning to move abroad either for educational purposes or for Immigration purposes?
If Yes, then you are required to Submit Your Attested Documents to the Universities & immigration department. Most people think in Dubai that they need to get a notary public attestation for the educational documents, But in reality, it’s not the case, the educational documents are needed to be attested by Registered lawyers for immigration purposes,
In any Country for cross-border documents transfer, its require to get the documents attested from the Ministry of Foreign affairs to get it legalized in other countries.
For example: If are selling your property in you are home country and you’re situated in any other country then the process of the power of attorney giving will be as follows.
Step 1: Prepare Content of POA & Commercial documents if any, which is acceptable in your Home Country in language which is accepted in both countries.
Step 2: Get it Attested From Notary Public “Notarial services” & Then Ministry f Foreign Affairs From Your Resident Country.
Step 3: Get it Attested from your Embassy as in your You have to get it done from UAE embassy, and then send the Documents to Your Home Country.
Step 4: Get The Documents Verified From the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Your Home Country and Then it will be ready for USE in the Home Country.
Educational Certificate Attestation:
In Dubai, in Most Cases, The Documents Are Required to be Attested by The Lawyer Rather than the Notary Public. if you planning to Go for Higher Education in Canada or Australia, educational institutions require you to get the Educational Documents notarized by a Registered Lawyer in Your Country.
lawyer Attested the true copy (original certificate) after reviewing your original document either its marriage certification, birth certificate, immigration documents attestation of documents issued from the educational institutes. you can find many attestation services around in your near to get these services done.
kindly Note: Rules Keep changing, always get First-hand Information from Lawyers or Government institutions.