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Travel Visas have arrived

A few months ago we told you that we’d changed our name to Vital Consular to better reflect the services we offer, and the services we plan to offer in the future. Today, we’re proud to announce the first of those new services. We’re now offering Travel Visas for use across the world.

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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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Why Verification is Vital – Three Year Jail Term for Exaggerating CV in UAE

Exaggerated information on a CV is not a new problem, but the idea of fabricating details to boost your apparent experience or qualification levels is usually met with an “everybody does it” attitude. As the job market is becoming increasingly competitive however, employers are quickly tightening regulations to end these practices.

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Saudi Arabia Blocks Expats From 12 Work Sectors

In a series of phased changes to employment legislation starting September 2018 and running to January 2019, Saudi Arabia will prevent expats from being employed in 12 sectors. These are mainly retail-based roles, with an aim to boost employment opportunities for the Saudi population.

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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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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.

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Vital Certificates has moved office

Situated in Suite 35 of the Batley Business Park, the new office provides improved access and much greater parking facilities for any of our clients coming to drop off or collect their documents.