What is Certificate Attestation??
Certificate Attestation is a declaration by a witness that an instrument has been executed in his or her presence according to the formalities required by law. It is not the same as an Acknowledgment, a statement by the maker of a document that verifies its authenticity (Courtesy ”Legal Dictionary”). And this Certificate Attestation is of paramount importance when a person decides to relocate to a foreign nation in pursuit of better opportunities in career or for personal needs.
Certificate Attestation is a vital procedure which helps an individual to establish the validity or authenticity of your original certificate in a foreign country. Certificate Attestation is applicable for all your documents including your Educational certificates like Degree Certificate, Diploma Certificates, Post Graduation Certificates, Non-Educational Certificates like Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Experience Certificate and Commercial Certificates like Power of Attorney, Invoices etc.
Global Attestation Services with offices world wide is ready to serve our customers with our in parallel experience and expertise in the field of Certificate Attestation. We provide assistance to hasten all your certificate attestation needs with precision. We guide you to receive attestation for all your priceless documents.
The different types of Attestation services that we provide to our customers are as mentioned below :-
Procedure One :-
a) Notary :- A notary attestation from the notary public department.
b) Home Department/Home Mantralaya :- A verification attestation by the Home Department or the Home Mantralaya Department.
c) MEA (Ministry of External Affairs) :- A document clearance from the Ministry of External Affairs.
d) Respective ‘Embassy Attestation’ :- Embassy Clearance from the respective Embassies.
Procedure Two :-
a) HRD (Human Resource Development) :- The HRD services of various states as mentioned in the services.
b) MEA (Ministry of External Affairs) :- A document clearance from the Ministry of External Affairs.
c) Respective ‘Embassy Attestation’ :- Embassy Clearance from the respective Embassies.