Legalisation
Preliminary Instructions for the Attestation of Documents
The Embassy of the United Arab Emirates, Islamabad has authorized the following companies for the nationwide collection and delivery of the documents to be attested. Furthermore, the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates does not accept the documents directly from the applicants.
 
            . HS&J Enterprises Islamabad, (051-8448808/9)   
            · SASHA International, Islamabad (051-2204469, 2204686)
            · UPS/ PPS ( UAN: 111-669-877)
 
1- All documents should be attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and all the following concerned authorities prior submission to the Embassy:

        i. Primary/ Metric/ F.A and School Leaving certificates must be attested by the IBCC (Inter Board Committee of  Chairman), Islamabad/ Lahore/ Karachi & Quetta Baluchistan as per policy of distance and availability.

        ii. All degrees (B.A, M.A, LLB, B.Sc, MBBS, M.Phil and PhDs must be attested by the HEC (Higher Education Commission) H-9, Islamabad.

      iii. Certificates/Diplomas granted by the Technical Board/institutes/ needs to be attested By the IBCC mentioned above.

      iv. 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 for Attestation along with the copy           of the passports, residence visas and CNICs.

      v.  All the foreign certificates/ degrees should be initially attested by the concerned Mission (High Commission or Embassy in Islamabad) and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Govt. of Pakistan.
 

2-The Ministry of Health is represented by the MNRS (Ministry of National Regulation & Services) in Islamabad so any diploma, certificate or experience certificate, attained from the health department, hospital,        medical laboratory or institute of health, needs to be attested from the IPC, Ministry of National Regulation & Services & the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


3-Any legal affidavit/ power of attorney/ succession certificate/guardianship/ judicial verdicts etc are essentially required to be acknowledged and attested by judicial Magistrate, apart from the attestation of the Foreign Office.

MEDICAL CERTIFICATES:

Should be attested from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Govt. of Pakistan & from the Ministry of National Regulation & Services and attach the following relevant documents:

                   i.            Report of the patient’s hospital admittance.
                   ii.           Medical prescription
                   iii.          Doctor’s medical report
                   iv.          Hospital admittance charges & bills
                   v.          Copy of the CNIC, passport & residence/ work visa.

LOSS OF PASSPORT:

Before Submission to the Embassy:

         i.            Copy of the Lost passport
        ii.            Copy of New passport. (Computerized Only)
       iii.            Copy of UAE Iqama.
       iv.            Police Report (FIR) translated in English, both should be attested from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
       v.            Sponsorship letter from the Sponsor in UAE on the company’s letter head, requesting for assistance from the Embassy in the name of the Ambassador.
      vi.            Exact date of arrival from UAE to Pakistan.
     vii.            Applications submitted before 1 week remaining to the completion of 6 months outside UAE will not be entertained.
    viii.            Such applicant who over stay outside UAE for more than 6 months, are advised to contact their sponsor/ partner in UAE for any further assistance as the embassy cannot provide any support in this regard.
      ix.            Incomplete application will not be entertained.
 
After attestation from the Embassy:
                   i.            2 Photographs (White background)
                   ii.            Form attestation fee will be charged with US Dollar 40/-
                   iii.            Obtain Appointment.


4-         The attestation fee for all the above mentioned documents are as below:

                  i.           US $ 40/- per document (for Ordinary processing) 
                  ii.          US $ 60/- per document (for Urgent processing within 24 hours)
 

5-         Commercial Invoices, Memorandums & articles of association should be attested by the concerned Chamber of Commerce & Industries.

                          i.          The fee of the Commercial Invoice will be dependent upon the value mentioned on the invoice and is referred directly to
the Embassy for the fee structure.
                         ii.          The Fees for Memorandums, articles of association, trade power of attorney, Trade Mark registration & Commercial books of a company will be charged at US $ 800/-

Documents for certification by the FCO should be sent to:
Address
General Contact Information 
Embassy of UAE
Diplomatic Enclave, Plot # 1-22
P.O. Box 1111
Islamabad, Pakistan
Tel:   +920512099999
Fax:  +920512206732
E-mail: : info.Isb@mofa.gov.ae

Required Document's for Issuance Police Clearance Certificates:

         1-       Passport Size Photo's (4) with white background.
         2-       Passport's Photocopies (2 sets) New Passport+ Old Passport with UAE Residence Visa (2 photocopies). 
         3-       Police Clearance Issuance Fee (102 AED) in UAE Dirham only.
 
Process for Issuance Police Clearance Certificates:
         1-       Applicant Should Visit the Embassy, during (9:00am to 1:00pm) Monday to Thursday. 
         2-       Finger Prints would be taken in the Embassy.

Period taken to Issue the Police Clearance Certificates:
         1-       The Process of Issuance of Police Clearance Certificates takes (5 to 7 weeks).
         2-   After Issuance the Certificate by the Concerned Authorities the Applicant should pay Fee USD ($ 40) for
Attestation of Police  Clearance Certificates by the Embassy