Embassy attestation is the process of validating the authenticity of a document or certificate by the embassy of a foreign country located in the home country of the document holder. The process of getting embassy attestation varies depending on the country and the purpose of the document. However, in general, the steps to get embassy attestation are as follows:
Get your document attested by the relevant authorities: Depending on the type of document, you may need to get it attested by various authorities such as notary public, educational institution, government department, etc.
Get the document attested by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA): Once your document is attested by the relevant authorities, you need to get it attested by the MEA. This can be done online or in person at one of the MEA offices.
Get the document attested by the embassy: Once your document is attested by the MEA, you need to get it attested by the embassy of the country where you intend to use the document. This can be done either in person or by post.
Pay the fees: You will need to pay a fee for embassy attestation. The fee amount may vary depending on the country and the type of document.
Collect your attested document: Once your document is attested by the embassy, you can collect it either in person or have it sent to you by post.
The specific requirements and procedures for embassy attestation may vary depending on the country, type of document, and purpose of attestation. It is advisable to check the embassy or consulate website for detailed information on the process and requirements.
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