Do your Indian documents require legalisation for another country? Vital Legalisation are on hand to help.
Attesting a document for any country can be difficult because of how the process can vary when attesting different types of documents for different countries. An Indian birth certificate being attested for the UAE won't have the same process as a South African Degree Certificate being attested for Kuwait, for example.
Vital Legalisation can take your Indian documents and legalise them for use for any country in the world. We can legalise any officially issued Indian Certificate if required, such as birth, marriage and death certificates, as well as educational documents. The general process for attesting a document from India is as below.
How It Works
To attest your Indian Documents, we will require both the original certificate and a copy of your passport.
This process may differ depending on the kind of document you're trying to attest. For example, educational documents must have a certified copy produced before they can be sent to be legalised. Certain documents may need to be sent to the Court of Appeal, rather than the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The document may also need translating and notarising before it is accepted in certain countries. Please contact us with your requirements, and we'll work hard to find the best solution for you.
Why Vital Certificates?
As you can see, attesting a document isn't always easy! Not to worry. Vital Legalisation handle the attestation process from end-to-end, regardless of the type of document you're trying to attest, which means you can sit back, relax and let us do the work.
We've helped thousands of clients have their documents attested, and haven't once had a document rejected in any country we've legalised them for. Using our attestation service gives you complete peace of mind and ensures that you get what you require in a timescale to suit your needs. Our staff are in constant contact with our legalisation partners in India, and as such are fully aware of the steps required to make sure your attestation goes smoothly.
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