Home UAE Abu Dhabi UAE launches new online service for attestation of personal and commercial documents The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation offers attestation services for documents including diplomas and invoices issued both within the UAE and abroad too by Varun Godinho September 27, 2020 The UAE’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) said on Sunday that individuals could now apply for electronic attestation services of both personal and commercial documents by visiting its website or using its mobile app, reported news agency WAM. MoFAIC offers attestation services to authenticate various types of official documents including diplomas and invoices. These services ensure the authenticity of these documents, irrespective of whether they are issued in the UAE or abroad. All applications will be reviewed and approved electronically and the fees are collected upon fulfilling the required criteria, the most important of which is to ensure that they have been accredited by the relevant authorities before applying for the service. MoFAIC has collaborated with Emirates Post to pickup and deliver the physical copies of the document, without needing the applicants to visit a Customer Happiness Centre. Customers will only be required to schedule a pickup for an additional Dhs40 fee by calling 600 599999. The officials added that customers can also visit one of the five attestation centres across the UAE, and must carry with them the original documents and the payment receipt. In Abu Dhabi, the MoFAIC attestation centre is located at the Yas Tasheel Centre in Mussafah. In Dubai, customers can visit the MoFAIC attestation centers in Al Tawar Centre – Al Tawar area 2, the Service Centre 1 in Emirates Towers, or the office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in Dubai in the Consulates neighbourhood – Bur Dubai. In Sharjah, the MoFAIC attestation centre is located at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Tags Document Attestation Government Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation UAE 0 Comments Share Tweet Share Share You might also like UAE announces 1,563 new Covid-19 cases Careem reduces fares in Dubai by up to 50% Covid-19 update: UAE records highest daily spike in infections with 1,578 new cases Think Week: What is it and will UAE professionals benefit from it?