Export/Commercial certificate attestation for Kuwait in Dadar
Degree/Birth/Marriage/PCC/Affidavit Certificate Attestation Service for Kuwait in Dadar
Dadar issued Birth, Marriage, Affidavit Legalization for Kuwait in Dadar
Kuwait Embassy/Consulate Attestation Service in Dadar for Diploma, Power of Attorney (POA), Educational, Medical, Single Status Certificate, Invoice, Certificate of Origin, Packing List, Death, M-Tech Engineering, HSC (12th), SSC (10th), Higher Secondary, MBA, MCom, PhD, CA, Experience, Passport, PhD, MD/MS, Provisional, Passing, Agreement, Bachelorhood, Finger Print, Transfer Certificate (TC), Leaving, NOC, Unmarried Certificate, Free Sale, GMP, Licence, Registration, Marriage Ability Certificate, Board of Resolution
Phone : +91 22 40140777 / 67259676, Mo. 09979777748
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Mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Documents needed legalization or Attestation must be first authenticated by the designated authority of the State from where document has been issued. The MEA (Ministry of External Affairs) legalizes the documents on the basis of the signature of the designated signing authorities of the Union Territory/COC/State Government, hence it does not take responsibility of the contents of the documents. In case of personal certificates, Home Department or GAD (General Administration Department) of the concerned Government of State/Union Territory are the designated authorities. In case of educational certificate, the document must be authenticated by the Education department/officer of the concerned State Government or Union Territory. Commercial documents are to be per-authenticated by the respective COC (Chambers of Commerce). The details of the RAC (Regional Authentication Centers) in the States/Union Territories from where the certificates should first be authenticated are given below. Ministry (MEA) will not legalize the Xerox/photocopies.
Because Kuwait is a non-member of the HCCH (Hague Convention) of October 5, 1961, so requirement of Embassy legalization of foreign public documents for Kuwait. Kuwait embassy attestation is valid for Kuwait only. Kuwait embassy attestation is done for personal documents such as degree,Marriage, Marriage, PCC, Affidavits, educational, diploma, death, Power of Attorney, 12th, 10th, Commercial and Exports documents etc.
Normal MEA Attestation is done on certificates for all the foreign countries who are not the member of Hague Convention (HCCH) and where apostille is not accepted.
Educational (Degree/Diploma/HSC/SSC) certificate attestation in Dadar for Kuwait:
- Notary Attestation (Depend on state…Not mandatory for all state issued documents )
- Degree/Diploma University Verification (Depend on state policy…Not mandatory for all state)
- HRD Attestation (Higher Education Department)
- Attestation from State GAD (Depend on state policy…Not mandatory for all state)
- Normal Attestation from Ministry of External Affairs India
- Attestation from Kuwait Embassy in Dadar (Embassy attestation mandatory for Kuwait)
Non-Educational (Marriage/Birth/Affidavit/PCC) Certificate Attestation for Kuwait in Dadar:
2. Passport first page and last page photocopy for personal documents and cover letter for commercial documents
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