Attestation from UAE Embassy in Pakistan

The Embassy of the United Arab Emirates does not accept any document directly from the applicants for attestation. However the Embassy has authorized the following companies for attestation and the delivery of document(s).

. HS&J Enterprises Islamabad, (051-8448808/9)
· SASHA International, Islamabad (051-2204469, 2204686)
· UPS Courier ( UAN: 111-669-877)

Following are the list of documents required.

1. Original Degree along with its front and back photocopy.
2. Photocopy of SSC, HSSC Certificates and Transcript.
3. Photocopy of CNIC
4. Photocopy of Passport

Before attestation from the UAE Embassy in Pakistan, it is required that applicant should attested the document(s) from the concerned authorities as well as the attestation from Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pakistan is also required.

1- All documents should be attested from the concerned authorities prior submission to the UAE Embassy:
a) Metric/Intermediate certificates must be attested by the IBCC (Inter Board Committee of Chairman), Islamabad/ Lahore/ Karachi & Quetta.
b) All pakistani degrees must be attested by the HEC.
c) Marriage Certificate (Nikah Nama) in Urdu must be translated into English and NADRA marriage registration certificate (Both in Urdu & English) are compulsory to be submitted.
d) All the foreign degrees should be initially attested by the concerned Mission (High Commission or Embassy in Islamabad).

2- All documents should be attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan

Visit the UAE Embassy website http://uae-embassy.ae/Embassies/pk/ for the latest information and news related to any change in procedure.

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