Services

UAE is non-member of the Hague Convention. All the document intended to use in United Arab Emirates required legalization not apostille which generally known as attestation or authentication, legalization

  • Pre-certification by a Solicitor

  • Obtaining the Apostille

  • Legalization stamp from the UAE Embassy

  • Ministry of foreign affairs (from UAE)

  • Certificates of Good Standing – Signed by an official of Companies House

  • Memorandum and Articles of Association – Signed by an official of Companies House

  • Certificates of Incorporation – Signed by an official of Companies House

  • UK Birth, Death and Marriage certificates

  • UK Civil Partnership Certificates

  • Copies of Birth, Death, Marriage and Civil Partnership certificates issued by the General Register Office (photocopies certified by a Solicitor are no longer acceptable).

  • Death Certificate issued by a UK Coroner

  • Certificates of no impediment

  • County Court documents

  • Notarial Acts

  • Change of Name Deed poll – Signed by a UK notary public or solicitor

  • Power of Attorney – Signed by a UK notary public or solicitor

  • Notarial Acts Certificates of Incorporation – Signed by an official of Companies House

  • National Identification Certificates