How to get your documents attested in Dubai
Get documents attested in Dubai
To get your documents attested in Dubai you have to follow those 3 steps;
First of all you must first visit Dubai Courts Notary Public and then the Ministry of Justice and finally The Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Step One: Dubai Courts Notary Public (DCNP)
Go to Dubai Courts Notary Public with 2 original documents and all original supporting documents including passport/valid ID. At reception, take the token and meet Notary who will verify the document. Take a new token and meet second official who will re-verify your documents and compare your signature. You will be sent to the cash counter to pay AED 110 (100+10 for knowledge fee). Collect documents from second official and return to Notary who will store one original in the archives.
DCNP Branch Locations: Please note that attestations are no longer being done at Dubai Courts. Branches are open at Al Towar Centre in Al Qusais and Al Barsha from 7.30 am to 1 pm and from 4 pm to 8pm. There are also two branches in DED & DM, but they follow regular government office timings.
Al Twar Centre
Al Qusais, Tel: 04-2639000
Al Barsha/Bur Dubai Traffic Department
Step Two: Ministry of Justice
The Ministry of Justice is on the 5th floor of Al Serkal Building, Near Dnata/Airport Cargo Village, Dubai.
Go personally or send representative. Pay AED 52 at reception and you will be redirected to one of the rooms for the stamp, which takes place in a few minutes.
Step Three: Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is in Bur Dubai in the Bastakiya area, near the Omani and Jordanian consulates. Fees for various documents might differ though the average fee is AED 150 per document.