The UAE requires expats applying for employment or residence visas to submit attested legal documents or certificates – degree certificates, marriage certificates, birth certificates, police certificates, commercial documents, etc.
We can attest documents issued in the Philippines through the UAE Embassy in Manila to apply for a UAE residential or employment visa.
Once your Philippine documents already have an Apostille from the Department of Foreign Affairs office, you can use them in other countries that are members of the Hague Convention.
If you need to use your documents in the UAE, you need to have your documents stamped by the UAE Embassy in Manila then the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Document Attestation in The Philippines
Documents and certificates issued in the Philippines must have an Apostille from the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) – this is the Philippines’ governmental body that overlooks the legitimacy of the signatures on the document.
Please note that if a marriage or birth certificate has a “Specified services certificate” written, the owner cannot use it outside the country. Replacement of these documents is required for abroad use.
What’s The Process of Getting Attestation in The Philippines Through the UAE Embassy?
The stages of attestation in the UAE include:
- The original degree will need to be submitted to receive a true copy
- Transcript of Record (TOR)
- Attestation from Commissioner of Higher Education Department, Manila (CHED)
- Apostille from the Department of Foreign Affairs
- Attestation from the UAE Embassy in Manila.
Once the attestation process from the Philippines has been completed, our partner will send the documents to UAE safely for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs UAE Attestation.
How We Help With Philippines Attestation
Booking for an appointment in DFA for an Apostille can be complicated. We will transfer your documents to different governmental bodies as well.
You can send us your documents. We will confirm whether the government will accept it in the UAE. We will also give you a detailed attestation procedure and a free quote.
The quotation includes all the fees and courier expenses. We will send your documents to our trusted partner safely. Once the Philippines attestation is completed, we will submit your certificates or documents to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the UAE for the final stamping.
We will give you updates from time to time regarding the progress of the attestation so that you will be in the loop.
If you have any questions regarding the attestation of documents issued in the Philippines, contact our team by calling our UAE hotline at +971-586482330. We are also available on WhatsApp.
Stanford Global Attestation Services has many years of experience. You can count on us to deliver your fully-attested document within the quoted timeframe.