Australia Degree Attestation
Australia Degree Attestation
The UAE requires all foreign nationals to provide attested degree certificates to obtain an employment visa in UAE. The degree attestation process verifies the legitimacy of the documents.
It proves that the applicant has the educational background and qualifications needed for the job or to pursue higher education in the country. Because the UAE isn’t part of The Hague Convention, foreign nationals with Australian degrees will have to get their certificates legalized by the Australian government before legally using them in any of the Emirates.
Frequently Asked Questions
Attestation of a Certificate in Australia is the process of verifying the authenticity of a public document issued in Australia for use in another country. This process involves getting the document notarized by a registered notary public, authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) in Australia, and then attested by the country’s embassy where the certificates will be used. The purpose of attestation is to ensure that the document is genuine and can be accepted as valid in a foreign country.
- Get your degree certificate notarized by a registered notary public in Australia.
- Send the notarized degree certificate to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) in Australia to obtain an authentication certificate. You can do this by mail or online.
- Once you receive the authentication certificate from DFAT, send it along with the notarized degree certificate to the UAE embassy or consulate in Australia.
- Once attested by the UAE embassy or consulate, send the attested degree certificate to the UAE for MOFA attestation. You can do this by post or use a courier service.
- Once attested by MOFA Dubai, you can collect your degree certificate from the relevant authorities.
Certificate attestation for Australian immigration refers to verifying the authenticity of educational and professional certificates issued in a foreign country, such as Australia, for use in Australia’s immigration process. The process involves getting the certificates notarized by a registered notary public, authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) in Australia, and then attested by the Australian embassy or consulate in the respective foreign country. The attestation aims to ensure that the certificates are genuine and can be accepted as valid by the Australian immigration authorities. The requirements and process for certificate attestation for Australian immigration may vary depending on the type of certificate and the country of origin.
- Get your documents notarized by a registered notary public in Australia.
- Authenticate your documents by Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).
- Submit the notarized and authenticated documents, relevant fees, and supporting documents to the Australian Embassy or Consulate in Dubai.
- The embassy or consulate will verify the documents and attest to them if they are genuine.
- Once the attestation is completed, the embassy or consulate will return the documents to you or the authorized person/agency.
How does it work?
It might be difficult to certify a document issued in Australia, as the standards vary based on the audience and type of document you need to provide. Fortunately, most documents adhere to a common format, which we have outlined for you.
However, there are some scenarios in which things are a little different, so if you want to be sure that you are completely informed, talk to one of our advisers and we’ll examine your specific circumstances without charge.
Why Us for Degree Attestation Australia?
Hire us for stress-free attestation of Australian degrees and other documents. We offer attestation services in Dubai at competitive rates. If you send our team an electronic copy of your degree, we’ll provide a free quote detailing the cost of each service and the fee for each stage involved. As soon as you approve the quote, we’ll give you a breakdown of all the steps to get your documents attested and started.