Some form of police clearance check is now mandatory for employment in most sectors, and for the majority of countries when working overseas. This is especially true for all applications for China and Qatar, and in positions such as teaching and banking across the globe. But which types of checks are available, and how do they differ?
At present, Islamic marriages are not recognised as legally binding by UK law. This is out of step with many other religious ceremonies which are recognised such as Jewish and Quaker marriages. Unless the married couple go on to seek a civil ceremony, their marriage is not considered legal and will miss out on rights enjoyed by other married couples.
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.
If you’re moving overseas you may be thinking about how you’re going to get around whilst you’re there. Some people who live in a city are more than happy to rely on public transport, which you might find is vastly superior to services in your own country!
On June 5th, a conglomerate of Gulf countries took unprecedented action against the State of Qatar, and ceased all diplomatic relations with the gas-rich country.
Our ten year anniversary is coming up, and as part of the celebrations we’ve decided to create a brand new blog series focused on giving you great information in lists of ten! Continuing our countdown, here’s a list of ten things you really need to know about legalising your documents for Qatar.
In July 2016, Qatar decided to change the way they legalised Degree Certificates, from Diploma level upwards. Instead of only requiring the degree itself to be legalised, the embassy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) now also require a Degree Transcript and a cover letter to be legalised alongside it, tripling the cost for anyone deciding to move to...
We’ve had a lot of queries in the past few weeks from concerned customers who had their Degree Certificates legalised by us, but have been told by the Qatari Embassy that they now have to have their Degree Transcript and a Cover Letter legalised as well, in accordance with the new rules (For more on that, click here) So...