We attest all documents, including personal, educational, police clearance, export, and business documents. Our service includes everything that you need to get your documents attested.
We also offer a discount for 3 or more documents.
The fasted way of finding out what you need, what it costs, and how long it takes to have your documents attested – is to contact our office.
Regardless if you need help with the entire process or have already completed some of the legalisation processes, we can help.
We liaise with the UAE Embassy in London nearly every day. We are very familiar with their requirements and know what it takes to get your documents attested so they don’t get rejected.
The two most popular services that we provide are:
- Apostille & UAE embassy attestation
- Apostille, solicitor certification & UAE embassy attestation
We also get enquires for UAE attestation service only, which we, of course, provide too. It just means that the document that needs to be attested has the apostille certificate already attached.
Embassy of the United Arab Emirates
|Personal document||5 working days|
|Business document||5 working days|
|Hague convention member:||No|
|Is embassy legalisation available:||Yes|
|Do the documents need to be translated:||Some|
|Do they offer an express service:||No|
|Can documents be bundled:||No|
|Do they require ABCC certification:||Some|
|Do they require copies:||No|
|1. Certification or notarisation (if required)|
|2. FCDO authentication|
|3. ABCC certification (if required)|
|4. UAE Embassy attestation|
|5. MoFA verification (if required)|
The UAE embassy legalisation process requires that certain documents are first certified or notarised, then legalised by the FCDO, and then attested by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) embassy in London.
Non-UK documents must be attested by the issuing country first. Exceptions apply; please enquire.
Apostilled documents bundled together are not accepted.
Invoices must be processed separately and certified by the Arab British Chambers of Commerce (ABCC) .
The UAE embassy does not offer an expedited service .
UAE attestation requirements
Standard processing is five working days from when the embassy receives the documents. It may take longer if extra checks have to be carried out.
Read our article for requirements for degree attestation with the UAE embassy.
Translation from English into Arabic
Aside from Dubai, Arabic translation may be required for the 6 emirates, including all Dubai Free Zone authorities. However, translation is rarely requested. If a translation is required, the document(s) are translated from English to Arabic by a certified translator.
Always check with the requesting authority if a translation is required.