UAE personal documents legalization

UAE provides expedited embassy legalization for personal documents destined for use in the United Arab Emirates.
Examples of personal documents include Power of Attorney, Affidavit, Birth Certificate, Death Certificate,
Marriage Certificate and Divorce Decree. Any personal document destined for use in UAE must be certified by local Secretary
of State office in the same State where the document was issued or notarized before you request our services.
Once we receive your package, we will authenticate your document from US Department of State, legalize it from embassy of UAE in
the United States and processing embassy fees through MOFA electronic payment gateway.

The total fee is $115 Per document. Processing time is 25 business days.

Service Fee
Service fee $50
U.S. Department of State fee $20
The Embassy of UAE fee $45
Total Fees $115 Per document

Examples of Personal documents include:

Documents issued by US federal government

  • Birth Certificate
  • Power of Attorney
  • Affidavit
  • Marriage License or Certificate
  • Copy of Passport or Driver’s Licenses
  • Criminal Record
  • Single Status
  • Court Record
  • Local Police Background Check
  • Divorce Certificate or Decree
  • School or College Transcript
  • Medical Letters
  • No Record of a Marriage
  • School or College Diploma
  • Social Security Administration
  • Death Certificate
  • Teacher Credentials
  • Permission to Travel document

How to request Expedited UAE Embassy Legalization for Personal Documents?

Prepare a package and include all the following items:

  • Documents that require UAE certification
  • A completed request form that include your contact information.
  • A prepaid self-addressed return envelope.
  • Mail all previous items to our address at:
U.S. Arab Chamber of Commerce

1615 Bay Head Rd.

Annapolis MD 21409

T: (202) 468-4200

Disclaimer: This website is presented by US Arab Chamber of
Commerce to facilitate certifications of documents intended for use in UAE. US Arab Chamber of Commerce is not affiliated
with the Embassy of UAE in Washington DC.