Get your UK Documents Legalised for Use in the UAE
If you are planning on using a document in an official capacity in the United Arab Emirates, you will need to get it legalised with the UAE Embassy first. This can be a complicated, confusing and time-consuming process. Fortunately, Docsbase UK legalises documents with the UAE Embassy on a daily basis. We provide the most-timely and affordable document legalisation service in London and the rest of the UK. Docsbase is an international translation and legalisation agency with offices across North America and Europe.
How to get your UK Documents Legalised with Docsbase UK
In the vast majority of cases, the process for legalising a document for use abroad means simply getting an Apostille, but because the United Arab Emirates is not part of The Hague Convention, legalising a document for official use in the UAE is much more complicated. First, it must be certified at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), only if it has already been signed by the Registrar of Companies or the Registrar of Births, Marriages or Deaths. If it has not been signed by either of these Registrar’s, then the document must be authenticated by a Solicitor or notarised by a Notary Public. Thanks to our partnerships with both Solicitors and Notaries Public, we can offer this as part of our service for the most affordable price. After this done, the document must be hand delivered to the UAE Embassy in London. We have our own courier service and make daily trips to the UAE Embassy, effectively ensuring your document’s safe arrival at the Embassy. Put all this together and you have the most complete UAE Document Legalisation Service in London, all under one roof.