Indian Consulate in Dubai Announces Online Booking for Attestation Services Starting Oct 10

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The Indian Consulate-General in Dubai has announced the launch of an online appointment system for its attestation services. The system will go into effect on October 10.

The consulate outsources attestation services for Indian and foreign nationals to SG IVS Global Commercial Information Services, which is located on the 1st Floor, Room No. 102, 103, & 104, Business Atrium, Oud Metha, Dubai.

According to a statement issued by the Indian Consulates on Monday, October 3rd, the online appointment booking system is being implemented to streamline the process of attestation services. The applicant can now book an appointment online to submit their application for attestation services at the SG IVS Global Commercial Information Services.

From October 10, only applicants with appointment confirmation emails matching their ID proof will be considered, and walk-ins will be permitted only in emergency situations.

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Applicants who require Attestation Services must book an appointment online by following the steps outlined below.

  • Step 1: Visit IVS Global’s website https://www.ivsglobalattestation.com/
  • Step 2: Click the appointment tab
  • Step 3: Choose the service and enter your details as per your ID proof
  • Step 4: Enter your valid email id for verification and to receive the appointment confirmation
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Attestation from Dubai

Birth certificates, marriage certificates, death certificates, medical certificates, educational certificates, and salary certificates, among other things, must be “ATTESTED” before they can be recognised as valid in the UAE. To accomplish this, you must go through a “chain Attestation process,” in which a series of authorities affix a series of seals to your document.

Power of Attorney, Sworn Affidavits, Memorandum of Understanding & Articles of Association, Deeds, WILL, Sponsorship Declaration, and other documents required for use in India, or the UAE must be signed in the presence of the officer at the IVS Global Attestation Center.


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Manish Khandelwal
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Manish Khandelwal, a travel-tech enthusiast with over a decade of experience in the travel industry. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Travelobiz.com, he's passionate about writing.

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