Ministry Of Justice Attestation
We assist our clients in having papers attested or legalised by the UAE Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Foreign. Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah, and Fujairah are among the cities we serve. Documents from outside the United States should be notarized and certified as follows:
- Notarized in the country of origin by a Notary Public
- The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the country of origin authenticated the documents.
- The UAE Embassy in the country of origin has certified the documents.
- Finally, the UAE’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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The UAE Ministry of Justice was established in 1971, shortly after the federal government was established. The user can use the MOJ service to get affidavits or authentications for a variety of purposes.
Services We Provide
This service can be used to obtain affidavits or authentications for the following:
- Attestation of the Sharia marriage contract
- Attestation from the Church
- Attorney’s Attestation of Power
- Affidavit of Name Change Attestation
- Attestation of Divorce Certificate
- Attestation from the SPOA
Documents & specifications
- Applicant’s identification confirmation (passport or identity card)
- Request form
- Attorney’s power (if the application is registered by a lawyer or attorney)
- Two identity certified witnesses
How do I receive an attestation from the Ministry of Justice?
- When the signatories are present in person, only a legally approved notary public can notarize the signatures on a document. Attestation of documents by the Ministry of Justice on the other hand, anyone can do it and it does not necessitate the presence of the document’s owner.
- We stamp the document with our legal stamp and signature, verifying the accuracy, when you need a certified translation for legal, insurance, or other purposes. The process of translation We next take it to the Ministry of Justice for certification.
- The translation must have been prepared locally in the UAE or have the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs stamp on it in order for us to affix our legal stamp and signature to it ahead of schedule
- All certificates of authenticity or certification must be authenticated or certified by the applicable national authority, then the country’s consulate in Dubai, and finally the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Dubai Office.
- Academic certifications, and any other certificates used in support of applications for work, residency, trade contracts, and so forth.
- Attestation is usually required for undertakings or agreements, such as marriage certificates, focal agent agreements, partnership withdrawal agreements, clearance certificates, and so on.