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UAE – DOCUMENT ATTESTATION SERVICES

 


Gerry’s proudly announces the launch of document handling services for Attestation of Documents from the United Arab Emirates Consulate & Embassy w-e-f February 27, 2017.

Documents of applicants from Sindh and Baluchistan provinces will be dealt with by the Consulate General of United Arab Emirates, Karachi and Documents from KPK, Punjab and Islamabad will be dealt by the United Arab Emirates Embassy. The documents can be submitted at Gerry’s following offices:

 

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Applications for the Consulate of UAE can be submitted and collected from Gerry’s offices personally or through blood-related authorized relatives only.

Foreign degrees, B. Form, FRC and Medical fitness certificates cannot be accepted for attestation

Applicants do not require any appointments to submit their applications.

Fee will be accepted only in PKR.
Sufficient space should be there on documents & in case of hard lamination, ample space should be arranged by the applicant on documents for attestation.

All the documents must be attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

PROCESSING TIME:

The processing time for attestation of documents is 4 to 5 working days and could vary depending on the procedures at the Embassy and/or Consulate.

PREREQUISITES FOR ATTESTATION OF DOCUMENTS:

Before applying, please ensure to complete all requirements set by the Embassy and/or Consulate for document attestation. Following are the details:


UAE Attestation:
Special Notes for General information for all applicants who want to get attestation from UAE Consulate Karachi

Note 1: UAE Submission should be made personally or by blood relatives. Blood relatives must submit documentary proof of relationship with C.N.I.C copies & marriage certificate copy if applicable. The person who is submitting the case will come with original CNIC.

Note 2: In all power of attorney cases, personal appearance is a must. In such cases, even Blood relative cannot submit these cases.

Note 3: Only Sindh and Baluchistan related documents can be accepted for attestation in the South. Foreign Degrees, B.Form, FRC & Medical Fitness Certificate cannot be accepted for attestation.

Note 4: UAE Consulate’s Fee is to be submitted in AED Currency, Gerry's fee will be received in rupees. The Consular fees for normal documents are 150 AED & 2000 AED for Business documents. UAE Bank charges are 14.12 AED the conversion rate is Rs.35 which may change due to the fluctuations in currency exchange rate. Gerry's charges are Rs.200.

Note 5: There should be sufficient space for the attestation stamps on the document & in case of hard lamination ample space should be arranged by the applicant on documents. The document submitted for attestation must not be glossy.

Note 6: Passport copy of applicant is required for all certificates.

Note 7: All the documents must be attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs camp offices in Sindh or Baluchistan. Old attestations made by Ex- protocol officer Nadeem Khan is not accepted by Ministry of Foreign Camp office in Karachi.

Schedule of Charges (South)

UAE CONSULATE KARACHI IS TEMPORARILY ACCEPTING FEE IN USD ONLY, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
(Sindh & Baluchistan)
The following documents issued by the government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and by other concerned authorities mentioned below are accepted for attestation.
S.No NATURE OF DOCUMENTS PROCEDURAL REQUIREMENT & PRIOR ATTESTATION IN ADDITION TO MOFA FOR ALL DOCUMENTS Consulate Fee Excluding Bank Charges  (AED) Gerry’s Service Charges (PKR)
1 Metric & Inter certificate Should be prior attested from IBCC  & M.F.A. (C.N.I.C & Passport copy must be submitted as well) AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
2 Diploma Should be prior attested from IBCC & Sindh Tech board. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well) AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
3 Bachelor / Master Degree Should be prior attested from Higher Education Commission (H.E.C.).  (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well) AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
4 The degree of Federal Universities Should be prior attested from Higher Education Commission (HEC) & MFA ( CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). Verification letter from the University with the statement that the applicant has studied & passed an exam from South ( Karachi, Quetta, Hyderabad Campus) must be submitted. AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
5 The degree of Chartered Accountant Should be attested from Ministry of Education & MFA, along with sealed verification letter from ICMA addressed to UAE Consulate. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
6 Character / Police character certificate Should be issued from District Police Officer and attested by MFA. (CNIC copy and passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
7 School leaving certificate Should be prior attested from IBCC.(CNIC, Passport copies of father, mother & child with parent’s Residence/Work visa copy must be submitted as well) AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
8 One year Diploma or Short Courses Skill Development Should be prior attested from National Training Bureau (NTB) or Director Skill Development along with a supporting letter. (CNIC copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
9 Computer Certificates Should be prior attested from Ministry of Information & Technology. (CNIC copy and related supporting documents must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
10 Diploma Certificate related to Medical professionals PMDC Reg. Should be prior attested from Ministry of National Regulations and Services Islamabad ( MNRS). (CNIC and Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
11 Medical Experience Certificates Should be prior attested from Ministry of National Regulations and Services Islamabad ( MNRS) along with related supporting documents (e.g MBBS Degree) (CNIC and passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
12 Diploma of a paramedical professional. Should be prior attested from Ministry of National Regulations and Services Islamabad (MNRS). CNIC and passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
13 Nursing Diploma, Experience Certificates Should be prior attested from Ministry of National Regulations and Services Islamabad ( M.N.R.S.) along with related supporting documents (e.g MBBS Degree). (CNIC and passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 290
14 Nadra Marriage Certificate (M.R.C.) Should be prior attested from Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). CNIC & Passports copies of both husband & wife and a copy of Residence or Work Visa of Husband Or Wife is required in supporting documents as well as the  M.R.C or Qazi Nikah Nama (Urdu). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
15 Nadra Birth Certificate Should be prior attested from Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). CNIC & Passports copies of Father, Mother & Child, as well as a copy of Residence or Work Visa of Father Or Mother are required in supporting documents along with Birth Certificate. AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
16 Death Certificate Should be prior attested from MFA. Nadra Death Certificate along with CNIC, Passport, and Res/Work Visa copy of the deceased person. It can only be submitted by a blood relative with original CNIC and Passport copy (if applicable). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
17 Fingerprints Should be prior attested from MFA  (CNIC, Passport and with Res/Work Visa copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
18 Divorce Certificate Should be Issued by the Chairman Arbitration Council of the area and court judgment regarding the dissolution of marriage should be presented for attestation and should be prior attested from MFA. (Copy of CNIC, Passports and Res/Work Visa of applicants must be submitted as well) AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
19 Driving License The original driving license should be presented at the counter along with NOC issued by the concerned license issuing authority. AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
20 Succession and Guardianship Certificate Should be issued by a Judge of the Civil court, attested by a first class magistrate. AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
21 Special power of Attorney from Pakistan for compensation.

Power of attorney should be presented along with Death Certificate. The executants have to be present in person to sign the power of attorney or it should be registered with concerned Sub- Registrar of the Revenue Department. (CNIC copy, original CNIC, Passport and Res/Emp Visa copy of the deceased person must be submitted as well).

AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
22 Power of Attorney from Pakistan to a person in UAE for movable or immovable property A person authorized in Pakistan has to appear in person with original ID Card to get the Power of Attorney attested or it should be registered with concerned Sub-Registrar of the Revenue Department. (CNIC copy, Passport, Res/Work Visa Copy of the person in UAE along with related property & ownership documents, Title deed etc should be submitted). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
23 Power of Attorney from Pakistan to a person in UAE A person authorized in Pakistan has to appear in person with original ID Card to get the Power of Attorney attested. (CNIC copy and original CNIC, Passport, Res/work Visa Copy of the person in UAE should be submitted). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
24 Power of Attorney related to Business The executants have to be present in person to sign the power of attorney Or it should be registered by concerned Sub-Registrar of the Revenue Department. (CNIC copy and original CNIC, Passport, Res/Work Visa Copy of the person in UAE should be submitted). AED 2000 + Bank Charges 200
25 Document relating to commerce / Trade Attested by concerned Chamber of Commerce and Industry. (Copy of CNIC and passport must be submitted as well). As Per content  
26 Invoices Attested by concerned Chamber of Commerce and Industry along with CNIC copy and authority letter from the company.  As Per value  
27 Certificate of Origin Should be prior attested from MoFA And from KCCI along with the authority letter from the company. AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
28 Experience Certificate Should be prior attested from MoFA along with Educational documents and Company related Documents like the copy of Employee Card/ Salary slips etc. AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
29 Medical Treatment Certificate Medical Treatment Certificate should be attested from MoFA & Civil Surgeon of Services Hospital. In Medical Certificate date of admission, date of discharge and reason should be clearly mentioned. All bills & reports, copy of CNIC, Passport, Res/ Work Visa and Entry & Exit page in the passport must be submitted.
However, UAE Consulate can’t attest Fitness Medical Certificate.
AED 150 + Bank Charges 200
30 F.I.R. for lost Passport Original F.I.R & English translation mentioning passport number must be submitted. Both original and translation should be attested from a Police station, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Translation should be attested from Notary public. (Copy of CNIC and passport must be submitted). AED 150 + Bank Charges 200

 Schedule of Charges (North)

(Islamabad, Punjab, KPK, AJK & Gilgit-Baltistan)
S. No. NATURE OF DOCUMENTS PROCEDURAL REQUIREMENT & PRIOR ATTESTATION IN ADDITION TO MOFA FOR ALL DOCUMENTS Embassy Fee Excluding Bank Charges  (AED) Gerry’s Service Charges
(PKR)
1 Matric / Inter certificate Should be prior attested from IBCC  & MoFA. (C.N.I.C & Passport copy must be submitted as well) AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
2 Diploma Should be prior attested from IBCC, concerned issuance authority and  MoFA.(C.N.I.C, Matric Certificate and Passport copy must be submitted as well) AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
3 Bachelor / Master Degree/Ph.D Should be prior attested from Higher Education Commission (H.E.C.) & MoFA. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well) AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
4 The degree of Chartered Accountant Should be attested from the issuance authority & MoFA. Along with sealed verification letter from issuance authority addressed to UAE Embassy.(CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well) AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
5 Character / Police character certificate Should be issued from District Police Officer and prior attested from Interior Ministry and MoFA. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
6 School leaving certificate Should be prior attested from IBCC/ICT with C.N.I.C & passport copies of father, mother & child prior attested from MOFA.(CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
7 One year Diploma  Or  Short Courses Skil Development Should be prior attested from National Vocational training center(NAVTTC / National Training Bureau (NTB) or Director  Skill Development. Matric Certificate should be attested from UAE  Embassy and MoFA.(CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well) AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
8 Computer Certificates Should be prior attested from  Ministry of Information & Technology and MoFA along with the Matric Certificate attested by UAE Embassy. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
9 Diploma Certificate related to Medical professionals PMDC Registration Should be prior attested from  Ministry of  National Regulations and Services Islamabad ( MNRS) and MoFA along with the Matric Certificate. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well).
AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
10 Medical  Experience  Certificates Should be prior attested from  Ministry of  National Regulations and Services Islamabad (MNRS) and MOFA along related supporting documents and original Educational Documents (e.g MBBS Degree), with Employee card & Salary slips. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
11 Diploma of paramedical professional, Should be prior attested from  Ministry of  National Regulations and Services Islamabad (MNRS) and MOFA along with the Matric Certificate. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well).
AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
12 Nursing Diploma, Experience Certificates Should be prior attested from  Ministry of  National Regulations and Services Islamabad ( M.N.R.S.) ,Nursing Council and MOFA. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
13 Nadra Marriage Certificate (M.R.C.) or (F.R.C) Should be prior attested from Ministry of Foreign Affairs along with CNIC & Passports copies of both husband & wife. AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
14 Nadra Birth Certificate Should be prior attested from Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (CNIC & Passport copy of Parents must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
15 Death Certificate Should be prior attested from MoFA and Nadra.(CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
16 Finger Prints Should be prior attested from MoFA with the proof of required purpose. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
17 Divorce Certificate Divorce Certificate issued by Nadra or Chairman Arbitration Council of the area along with court Judgment regarding the dissolution of marriage.(CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
18 Succession and Guardianship Certificate Should be issued by Civil Judge and attested by First Class Magistrate.& MoFA. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
19 Special power of Attorney from Pakistan for compensation. The executants have to be present in person to sign the power of attorney Or it should be registered by concerned Sub-Registrar of the Revenue Department. (CNIC copy and original CNIC, Passport, Res/Work Visa Copy of the person in UAE should be submitted). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
20 Power of Attorney from Pakistan to a person in UAE A person authorized in Pakistan has to appear in person with original ID Card to get the Power of Attorney attested. (CNIC copy and original CNIC, Passport, Res/work Visa Copy of the person in UAE should be submitted). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
21 Power of Attorney from Pakistan to a person in
UAE for movable or immovable property
A person authorized in Pakistan has to appear in person with original ID Card to get the Power of Attorney attested or it should be registered with concerned Sub-Registrar of the Revenue Department. (CNIC copy, Passport, Res/Work Visa Copy of the person in UAE along with related property & ownership documents, Title deed etc should be submitted). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
22 Power of Attorney related to Business A person authorized in Pakistan has to appear in person with original ID Card to get the Power of Attorney attested. (CNIC copy and original CNIC, Passport, Res/work Visa Copy of the person in UAE should be submitted). AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
23 Judicial Verdict / Court Decision Should be issued by Civil Judge of the Civil court, attested by First Class Magistrate and MoFA. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
24 Affidavits Should be issued by Civil Judge of the Civil court, attested by First Class Magistrate and MoFA. AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
25 Document relating to commerce / Trade Attested by concerned Chamber of Commerce and Industry along with CNIC copy and authority letter from the company, attested by MoFA. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
26 Invoices and Certificate of Origin (both will be attested together) Attested by concerned Chamber of Commerce and Industry along with authority letter from the company and attested by MoFA. (CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
27 Certificate of Origin Should be prior attested from MoFA and K.C.C.I. along with the authority letter from the company.(CNIC & Passport copy must be submitted as well). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
28 Experience Certificate Should be prior attested from MoFA. Original educational documents and company related documents like employee Card Copy/Salary Slips, CNIC & Passport copy etc. AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
29 Medical Treatment Certificate Treatment Certificate should be attested from MoFA & Civil Surgeon of Services Hospital. In Medical Certificate date of admission, date of discharge and reason should be clearly mentioned. All bills & reports, copy of CNIC, Passport, Res/ Work Visa and Entry & Exit page in the passport must be submitted.

AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
30 F.I.R. for lost of Passport Original F.I.R & English translation mentioning passport number must be submitted. Both original and translation should be attested from a Police station, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Translation should be attested from Notary public. (Copy of CNIC and passport must be submitted). AED 150 + Bank Charges 232
31 Companies Agreement Attestation Fee (AED) Service Charge (PKR)
a) If the Agreement is made between two persons inside UAE to establish a Company ar Corporate AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
b) If the agreement is made between two parties of which one is inside the UAE and other is outside the UAE. AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
c) If one party in inside in the UAE and second party is outside the UAE (company/factory/bank/etc) this is trade power of attorney. AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
d) If a foreign commercial company gives power of attorney in favour of one its employees to open a branch in UAE. AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
e) Trade Mark registration – patent AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
f) Commercial book which  is not accompanied by a trade agreement then: AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
  1-  Trade agreement will be AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
  2- the Commercial book will be AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
g) Memorandum of Articles of Association which is not accompanied by a trade agreement AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
  In case the Memorandum of Articles of Association which is accompanied by a trade agreement then: AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
  1-  Trade Agreement will be AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232
  2-  the Memorandum of Articles of Association will be AED 2200 + Bank Charges 232

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