Italy Attestation

Italy Certificate Attestation

Italy, a Mediterranean-coastal nation in Europe, has had a significant impact on Western culture and cuisine. It has famous artwork can in the country's capital, Rome. It is renowned worldwide for its art, culture, stunning location, and architecture.

Italy is a nation of more for various reasons, including its breath-taking scenery, extensive cultural legacy, and mouth-watering cuisine and wine. Italy is particularly fascinating because of its people.

Irrespective of the type of certificate, such as educational , non-educational, commercial, or any other Italian documents, they must first attest to the country of origin before use in UAE.

Italian Documents required for UAE Attestation are:

  • Original Documents
  • A copy of the passport

Types of Italian Documents required for Attestation are:

  • Educational Certificate
  • Non-Educational Certificate or Personal Certificate
  • Commercial Certificate

Reasons for Italian Certificates Attestation for UAE are:

  • To pursue higher education abroad.
  • To help you find employment.
  • To get a permit for permanent residence.
  • To launch an international business venture.
  • To do trading.

The procedure for Italian Certificates Attestation for UAE are:

  • Translation of document to Arabic or English.
  • Asseveration translation in Court.
  • Legalization from the Prosecutors office.
  • Legalization from the UAE embassy in Italy.
  • Legalization at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in UAE.
Procedure for Italy Certificate Attestation

Procedure for Italy Certificate Attestation

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

The Translation of any Italian-language document into English is required. The translated version and the original document are attested. This procedure is not necessary for credentials, birth, marriage, or death records already in English.

Asseveration is to certify the document's Translation's accuracy and legality.

Depending on the document's category and issuing body, you may need to go through a legalization process at the prefecture or public prosecutor's office if you need to submit an Italian document or certificate to a country that is not a party to the Apostille Convention. It is referred to as being legalized when the Italian government authenticates a document with a signature.

The UAE Embassy in Rome must stamp the document, a process called Attestation, before use in Italy. The document now gets sealed and given an official sticker from the UAE government.

Once the document has arrived in the UAE, it needs to receive a second attestation stamp from the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs to confirm that the processing of your document in Italy was accurate.

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