Birth Certificate Attestation
A birth certificate requires several steps, including getting an attestation seal from the UAE Embassy. The nation where the certificate was issued, or the home country must perform the attestation. Most colleges and universities will ask for a copy of your diploma if you submit it if you are applying to pursue a foreign education.
The government register typically provides a birth certificate, which maintains track of daily births. This document certifies the individual's nationality. It offers essential details like the person's date of birth and nation of origin.
Documents required for Birth Certificate Attestation are:
- Copy of Passport
- Original Documents
Birth Certificate Attestation Procedures for UAE are as follows:
- MOFA (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Home Country
- UAE Embassy from Home Country
- MOFA from UAE
Requirements for a birth certificate attestation are as follows:
- To apply passport for a child.
- Enrolment in school as evidence of age.
- Migration from abroad.
- Change of name on official documents or in school.
- To apply for a Permit in most nations.
The certificate's worth grows through this authentication procedure. The concerned authorities from destination countries contribute significantly to the attestation procedure by enhancing their credibility and integrity. The rules thoroughly check the documents before starting the attestation procedure for birth certificates.