We offer our customers attestation of various certificates such as educational certificates, marriage certificates, birth certificates, power of attorney, experience certificates, police clearance certificates, registration and medical documents etc..In addition we provide legal translation services and embassy services to our customers. For the convenience of our customers we provide free pickup and delivery of documents.

UAE Embassy Attestation Service When you need to use a document in the UAE that is from a different country, you can't simply hand it over. The UAE requires a chain of evidence to prove that a document can be trusted. This process is called Attestation.  As experts in attesting all document types, we know how complicated this can be, especially if you are no longer in the country where your document was issued. 

We make things simple for you: 

  • Complete 'hands-off' certificate attestation service
  • We organize every step of the UAE Attestation for you
  • No need to visit the country your document was issued in

What do we do?

Our job is essentially to join up multiple government, and legal, organizations, which is required to end up with a correctly authenticated document. Some people see us as agents, others as legal couriers, more so just as a very helpful pair of hands in the UK.  As part of the Vital Certificates group, we have been helping people obtain and authenticate UK documents since 2006. During this time we've built up a vast amount of knowledge to ensure that your documents are handled correctly. 

Are we perfect? Of course not. But we do genuinely care about your circumstances, and will do everything we can to make things go as smoothly as possible. There are times when we feel like we are hitting our heads against a brick wall - stories of embassies running out of postage stamps, or a document signature delayed because the vicar who signed it is on a sabbatical visit to South America. Things happen. However, we will do all we can to minimize delays, and work around issues whilst keeping you informed along the way.

We hope that you allow us the opportunity to help you with your legalization requirements. 
In international law, attestation is the process of certifying a document so a foreign country’s legal system will recognize it. The process is used routinely in international commerce.

The procedure for legalizing a foreign document varies from country to country. The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement for Legalization for Foreign Public Documents has supplanted this procedure with the use of an apostils for countries that are signatories to that convention. For purposes of document attestation, countries are divided into two groups: those that are signatories to the Hague Convention and those that are not. Signatories of the Convention have agreed that Consular authentic documents is no longer required and in most cases, execution of the documents by a Notary Public is sufficient.
Countries that have opted to not participate in the Hague Convention of 1961 typically require that documents be authenticated by the foreign affairs ministry of the originating country. Once authenticated by the foreign ministry the documents then need to be reviewed and approved by the consular staff of the country in which the transaction is to occur. Typically, this process must be completed before an international shipment of goods will be allowed entry into a non-participating country.


  •  Personal Certificate Attestation
  • Educational Certificate Attestation
  • MEA Attestation
  • UAE Embassy/Consulate Attestation
  • Mofa Attestation