Need some help. I am relocating to the UAE. Are there companies in Doha who arrange for attestation of UK University degrees by the UAE embassy in the UK? My prospective employer is requesting for one for work visa application. I also need to move fast as I have about two weeks left to stay in Doha. Grateful for any advise.
Many thanks in advance.
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why cant the Embassy do it here
Try http://www.apostilla.com/ i have used them to attest my US University Certificate and do embassy legalization, they are very efficient it cost me 500 US.
am not sure if they operate in UK ? check them out .
I don't know if things have changed in the UAE, but in 2004 my degree was attested by the Brit Embassy in Abu Dhabi. The UAE authorities accepted it and I got my residency on the strength of that. Your best bet is to talk to the Brit Embassy in Doha.
"If you make something idiot-proof, the world will create a better idiot." (Grave's Law)
Ah, now I get it. Can't you just courier the document to a friend/family of yours in the UK and get them to do it for you?
Anyway, good luck, I hope you can get it done in time!
Hi Fat Cat
Unfortunately, it needs to be notorised in the UK and attested by the UAE embassy in the country in which the degree was issued. Its a requirement for work visa application. Red tape
I might be wrong but I thought only the UK embassy could certify a copy of an original UK document... Have u tried the UK embassy here?