MOJ Attestation

we assist our clients in having papers attested or authorised by the UAE Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Attestation services provided by the Ministry of Justice in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, and Ras Al Khaimah, Fuiairah and Khaimah.

As a client-focused Attestation office in the UAE that provides complete worldwide document Attestation services, we assist our clients by having their papers authenticated or legalised by a Notary Public, the UAE Ministry of Justice, the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs, or Embassies, as needed. Call us right now for more information on attestation procedures, and our customer service representatives will offer you with all the specifics and requirements of notarization or attestation once they have determined the condition of your papers.

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Attestation from the Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice and Solicitor General attestation is a cabinet ministry that offers legal advice to the government of the United Arab Emirates (as Minister of Justice).

We assist our clients by getting their papers validated or legalised by a Notary Public, the UAE Ministry of Justice, the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs, or Embassies, as needed, as a client-focused Attestation office in the UAE that provides complete worldwide document Attestation services. 

Call us right now for more information on attestation methods, and one of our customer service experts will provide you with all the details and requirements of notarization or attestation once they have assessed the condition of your documents. The Ministry of Justice and Solicitor General attestation is a cabinet ministry in the United Arab Emirates that provides legal advice to the government (as Minister of Justice)

ministry of justice attestation

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. On the other hand, document attestation by the Ministry of Justice can be done by anyone and does not necessitate the presence of the document’s owner.

We stamp the document with our legal stamp and signature, verifying the accuracy of the translation, when you need a certified translation for legal, insurance, or other purposes. We next take it to the Ministry of Justice for certification.

Marriage certificates, local agent agreements, partnership, withdrawal agreements, clearance certificates, and memorandums and articles of associations, among other documents, usually require attestation. The concerned person must go to Dubai Courts Notary Public with the documents in hand to sign in front of the notary public for attestation. The person next goes to the Ministry of Justice for attestation and then to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for final certification, following the legal procedures there.

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