UAE Apostille & Legalization Service
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UAE Authentication and Legalization
In order to get your document(s) Legalized by the UAE Embassy, your document(s) must first be certified by the Secretary of State that issued it and then authenticated by the U.S. Department of State. Dealing with the Secretary of State, U.S. Department of State and UAE Embassy can be quite difficult and will sometimes result in your UAE Legalization being delayed. Avoid all headaches and uncertainties by working with us. Our highly skilled Legalization Specialists will make sure your documents are properly Legalized without delay. They will make sure your documents are valid for Legalization with the UAE Embassy before you send them to us and they will also ensure your Legalized documents are shipped back to you as quickly as possible. You will also be kept informed throughout the entire Legalization process.
Get your birth certificate, USA documents, FBI report, transcripts, marriage certificates, death certificates, FBI background reports, social security letters, company bylaws, powers of attorney agreements, trademarks, diplomas, transcripts, treaties, warrants, extraditions, agreements, certificates of good standing, and/or courier letters Legalized with the UAE Embassy today!
Headquartered in Washington, DC and minutes from the US Department of State and the UAE Embassy. Count on One Source Process to get your US documents Legalized for use in UAE. We offer the fastest processing times and will handle all of your documents with the utmost care.
Documents We Apostille in the USA
- Marriage certificates
- Death certificates
- Birth certificates
- Divorce decrees
- Single status affidavits
- Power of attorney
- Car titles
- Adoption dossier
- FBI records
- Criminal history reports
- Any notarized document
- Certificates of good standing
- Certificates of incorporation
- Certificates of origin
- Power of attorney
- Hiring documents
- Company invoices
- Other business documents
- High school
- College diplomas
- Report cards
- Other various school records
Do you need a certified translation?
The UAE entity requesting your apostille or legalization may require a certified translation of your apostille into Arabic. Some of the most common documents that require translations are FBI Reports, FBI Background Checks, Birth Certificates and Corporate Documents. The apostille or legalization is issued as an attachment to your document which must also be translated. Therefore, documents will need to be apostilled first and then translated. Given the sensitivity of your materials, getting your apostilles and translations done under one roof is recommended. One Source Process, Inc. will obtain your apostille or legalization and certify translate your documents with very little required from you. Just send us your request by completing our Order Form.
Can I Apostille copies of my documents?
If you received your documents from the US Government as a PDF or if your document requires notarization then yes, we can accept an electronic copy of your document for Legalization with the UAE Embassy. If you have a vital record (birth certificate, death certificate, marriage certificate, etc), you will need to ship us the original document. The UAE Embassy will be quick to reject your vital record should you attempt to Legalize a copy of it. If you are still unsure whether your copies will be accepted, send us a copy your documents by going to our Send Us A Job page.
Testimonials from real clients
I highly recommend One Source Process for all of your document legalization needs. I will recommend them to my colleagues, friends, and incoming employees for overseas employment. They tackled two complex problems for me with ease. They communicated well and addressed all my concerns in a prompt manner through email and phone calls. If you ever need document legalization services, call no one else, I won’t.
We have used a few different process servers and no one has provided the level of customer service that One Source Process has. They are very reliable and they communicate every step of the way. Alex and Brandon have been a huge help and they always take their time to understand our needs. We look forward to working with One Source Process for a long time
Professional and efficient - Having not been through the Apostille Service previously, we were guided and taught what we were doing by extremely professional and courteous individuals. We couldn't be more pleased at the efficiency and the speed at which they were able to get the job done. The final product was accepted by the bank and the beneficiaries of the estate received their funds, everyone was happy. Thank you, One Source Process, Inc.
Common questions about Apostille and Legalization
An “apostille” is a form of authentication issued to documents for use in countries that participate in the Hague Convention of 1961. An Apostille is issued as an attachment and will validate the authenticity of your document to the foreign entity you are required to present your document to. One Source Process offers standard and expedited apostille and legalization services.
We are capable of obtaining an apostille on documents such as birth certificates, FBI reports, transcripts, marriage certificates, death certificates, FBI background reports, social security letters, company bylaws, powers of attorney agreements, trademarks, diplomas, transcripts, treaties, warrants, extraditions, agreements, certificates of good standing and much more!
Yes! We can apostille a scanned copy of any personal, business, or U.S. State-issued document including vital records such as birth, death, and marriage certificates. It takes minutes to submit a request with us online here. Just upload a clear, color scan of the document you’d like to have authenticated and we’ll ship back the copy to any domestic or international address with an original apostille attachment. Copies of vital records will receive a New York apostille and all other document copies receive a District of Columbia apostille. Please note that this method, while widely accepted in most cases, does have limitations depending on the authority you’re presenting it to and country of use. One Source Process will always advise our apostille services clients of these restrictions when we review your request but does not guarantee that they will be accepted. If you want more information regarding our photocopy Apostille process, please visit our page here.
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