Category: Legalisation

View our archive of legalisation articles. This topic includes legalisation advice for presenting various documents types around the world.

The process of legalisation is required where a document needs to be used officially in a country that differs from where it was issued.

Commonly this will require the document(s) to be validated by both the issuing and receiving country governments.

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Introducing Vital Consular

As our company continues to venture into new territories, the name we’d chosen for ourselves didn’t seem to fit anymore.  That’s why Vital Legalisation has now rebranded as Vital Consular. We still legalise documents, but this rebrand allows us to offer a wider range of services, whilst unifying our existing services to make them accessible in one place.

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Education Certificates for Qatar – What You Need to Know

It has been almost two years since Qatar introduced their additional requirements for the legalisation of education documents. Since then, there has been a lot time spent navigating the sometimes unclear guidelines in order to refine our understanding of this new and unique system.

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Preparing for delays around Ramadan 2018

Currently the Holy month of Ramadan is forecast to fall between Tuesday 18th May and Thursday 14th June in 2018, although this is subject to change. One thing can be certain however – government departments in the Arab world and their respective Embassies across the globe will have closures and altered operating times as a result.

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UAE Suspends Good Conduct Certificate Requirement

Letter Sent To Embassies To Confirm The Postponement In an about-turn from their notification earlier this year, the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFA) has now issued a directive to all Embassies worldwide that from the 1st April they are postponing the requirement for Good Conduct Certificates to be provided when applying for a UAE Residence Visa....

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Legalisation of Non-UK Documents

Modern life dictates that the country you grew up in isn’t always the one you studied, got married or had children in. But the legalisation of these documents has to take place in the country of origin.

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Police Clearance Certificates Required for UAE Work Visa

The requirement for Good Conduct Certificates is currently postponed. Read our update here.  Official UAE news agency WAM reported this month that the UAE Coordination Committee approved a Cabinet Resolution issued in 2017, stipulating that from the 4th February 2018 expatriates who apply for work visa in the UAE must first obtain a certificate of good conduct.