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Thanks so much for your help but I am not in Dubai till August and my emplyer wants it done in my home country???

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If you're not in the UAE until August you have time to get your documents attested by post.

You will need to take them to a notary public in person (any local solicitor should be able to help you) but can send them to the FCO and UAE Embassy for them to complete attestation / legalisation. Please see the links already posted for addresses and costs.

If you are able to take a day off and complete the process in person as per Lee1971's suggestion this will be much faster, and you will have the peace of mind of knowing it is all done.

Good luck

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I miss read your message, i thought you were here, if your employer will accept it done here its easy as i explained, the minestry accept it here maybe your employer would too.

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If you're not in the UAE until August you have time to get your documents attested by post.

You will need to take them to a notary public in person (any local solicitor should be able to help you) but can send them to the FCO and UAE Embassy for them to complete attestation / legalisation. Please see the links already posted for addresses and costs.

If you are able to take a day off and complete the process in person as per Lee1971's suggestion this will be much faster, and you will have the peace of mind of knowing it is all done.

Good luck
Thanks Katie ..... just emailled Lee for more info and although the travel will cost a bit it will work out cheaper (and I'll get to see my bro in London) as the solicitors near me charge a fortune for their time never mind actually notarising the certificates!

If it all works out ... I'll post on here to recommend to other people!

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