Russia Attestation

Russia Certificate Attestation

Russia is a country that may be found in both North Asia and Eastern Europe. Its official name is the Russian Federation, although most refer to Russia. Russia's capital and largest city is Moscow.

Russia has many social events and sporting activities, especially in the main cities. In general, museums, art galleries, theatres, and architecture offer cultural activities for interested people and families with young children.

The Apostille Convention includes Russia among its signatories. Apostille serves for the use of Russian documents. Depending on the context, the translation would be necessary. The reason could be for a work permit, to sponsor family members, for a commercial arrangement, etc.

A more involved attestation procedure must be followed if the documents are to be used in a non-member nation like the UAE. This process includes legalization from Russian authorities, legalization from the UAE Embassy in Russia, and attestation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the UAE.

Types of Documents for Russian document attestation are:

  • Educational Documents
  • Non-Educational Documents
  • Commercial Documents

Documents necessary for Russian document attestation for the UAE:

  • Original document
  • A copy of the Passport

The reasons for Russian document attestation are:

  • To further education
  • To find a job.
  • To migrate.
  • To obtain a residency permit.

The procedure for Russian document attestation for the UAE is as follows:

  • Notarized translation from Russian to Arabic
  • Stamp on translation from the Ministry of Justice (for Marriage & birth certificates)
  • Stamp on translation from the MOFA, Russia
  • Stamp on translation from the UAE Embassy in Russia
  • Legalization from MOFA in UAE
Procedure for Russia Certificate Attestation

Procedure for Russia Certificate Attestation

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

All documentation written exclusively in Russian must first undergo translation because the UAE Embassy in Russia only accepts paperwork written in English or Arabic. After the translation is finished, the translator or translation agency will swear an affidavit to attest to the accuracy of the translation. When a document is written in both Russian and English, translation is optional.

A notarized document may be submitted to the Russian Ministry of Justice for certification. The process will end with the officials attesting to the Notary Public's recognition by their office and stamping the translation appropriately.

The United Arab Emirates Embassy in Moscow, run by the ambassador, serves as an interface between the United Arab Emirates and Russia. The United Arab Emirates embassy in Moscow helps to uphold, safeguard, and serve as a point of communication between the two countries. Officers for economic, management, political, public diplomacy, and consular positions are available at the United Arab Emirates Embassy.

The MOFA department attests to various documents and serves as an interface between the UAE and the rest of the world. The signature and seal on documents issued outside of the UAE or from other countries are verified through the attestation process.

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