Non educational Certificate Apostille in Abu Dhabi
The Apostille verifies your documents to make them legitimate and acceptable in Hague Convention nations that identify them. More than 100 countries accept Apostille as part of the approved document.
The Apostille stamp is a computer-created sticker stamp in the shape of a square attached to the document's backside. It has an alternate ID number that any Hague Convention country can use to certify its legitimacy online.
If you are heading to a country that is a signatory to the Hague Convention, you will need an Apostille. You will need it if you go to another country to study, gain a short-term residency, or do business. On your personal, educational, or commercial documents, an Apostille is obtained.
Once an Apostille has been physically attached to a document, it has no expiry date. When a certificate receives an Apostille, it is valid for use in countries that recognize the Apostille. However, some organizations require the Apostille to be issued within a specific time frame.
Following is a list of some Apostille Non-Educational Certificates:
- Birth certificate
- Medical certificate
- Marriage certificate
- Transfer certificate
- Death certificate
- Divorce certificate certificate
- Experience/ employment certificate
The procedure for the non-educational certificate Apostille is mentioned below:
The documents for the non-educational certificate Apostille:
- Original documents
- A passport photocopy
Reasons for non-educational certificate Apostille:
- An experience certificate is necessary for the job.
- For educational reasons, the person must present a transfer certificate.
- The immigration and birth certificates must be attested for dependent permits.
- Financial reasons are the primary reason for the death certificate.
- Commercial documents must be certified for trading, business operations, bank account opening, and other objectives.
UAE does not recognize certificates with an apostille due to its non-signatory status to the Hague Convention.
The official status of the documents must be attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates and the relevant authorities in the country of issuance through embassy legalization or attestation procedures.