Certificate attestation for moving overseas
Have you ever wondered how a foreign governmental authority authenticates the originality of your documents? Certificates are an essential aspect of every expat overseas, and hence every country has set-up certain rules and regulations for avoiding every friction. Document attestation plays a prominent role in this whole process. Although, the aim of attestation is same, but the procedure varies from country to country. The MEA is the sole authority issuing attestation on Indian originated certificates from India, henceforth, attestation of documents from the Ministry of External Affairs is obligatory.
The purpose of an expat’s intended travel and other facts determines the type of visa and attested documents required under the immigration laws of that particular country. Being an expat, you must make sure that you meet all the requirements of the visa category for which you are applying, for e.g., an employment visa for the UAE calls for a marriage certificate, birth certificate, educational certificate such as engineering certificate attestation for the UAE. Upon receiving your certificates, the Consulate or Embassy will rectify your certificates and will determine whether you are eligible for the visa or not.
With right attestation, you can make your move all fun and exciting. However, incorrect or no attestation can end up rejecting your visa from the Embassy. If you find this documentation procedure complicated and full of hassles, then you are recommended to opt for professional service providers having requisite experience in this field.