The country of the UAE (United Arab Emirates) has one Embassy in Washington, D.C. and one Consulate office in Los Angeles, California.
Legalizing documents for the United Arab Emirates is a multi-step process. The first step is certifying your documents with the State office (Secretary of State or Lieutenant Governor’s office). Certifying a document for UAE is different than an Apostille. Because the UAE is not a member of the Hague Apostille Convention, your documents will also require U.S. Department of State legalization in Washington, D.C. and Embassy or Consulate legalization. United Arab Emirates Document Legalization
For example, if your documents are originating from New York, you will need New York Department of State certification, U.S. Department of State Certification, and United Emirates Embassy legalization. Our office in New York and Washington, D.C. have the expertise to complete your documents quickly. Some documents may also require County Clerk authentication. Please, contact us so we can review your documents and provide you a good faith estimate and processing time.
The most common documents we certify and legalize for United Arab Emirates are:
Certificate of Origin
Power of Attorney
Authorization of Agent
FBI Background Check
Please note: The Embassy charges substantially more to legalize business documents. Please, call us for a good faith estimate in cost and processing time.
On average, we can complete your documents in 2-3 weeks.
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