How to legalize the Seychelles marriage certificate in UAE?

How to Legalize the Seychelles marriage certificate in UAE?

Seychelles marriage certificate in UAE. That’s more easy then everybody think it is. After you have enjoyed your Expat wedding Seychelles and got happily married in Seychelles you must file the marriage in UAE as this will be the proof that you are husband and wife.

We offer full documents service and process all mandatory wedding documents for you.

After the marriage you receive from us:

  1. Civil Wedding Certificate issued by the Seychelles Civil Status office
  2. Apostille from the Seychelles High Court
  3. Letter of Authentication from the Seychelles Foreign Ministry
  4. Wedding Certificate attested by the UAE embassy in Seychelles

Read more: Marriage in Seychelles for UAE Residents

Legalize the Seychelles marriage certificate in UAE

How can I attest my marriage certificate in Dubai?

Expatriate couples which got married in Seychelles and are residing in UAE must follow this simple step to get their marriage legalized in UAE:
– Take all the above listed documents and proceed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) in Dubai.

Enter the building and pass through security check and X-ray scan. Pick a token number and once your number is announced proceed to the desk, make a payment and present your documents. Authorities then will put a stamp and sticker on the backside of the wedding certificate.

This is all you need to do to get your marriage in Seychelles legalized by the UAE authorities, you are now treated as husband and wife in UAE.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs UAE
Consulate Area
Khalid Bin Al Waleed Rd.
United Arab Emirates

Phone: +971 800 44444
Google maps: Longitude 24.454426 Latitude 54.332027

What else to do:
As your marriage legalization is now complete in UAE, you can go ahead and file the marriage with your embassy to have the wedding registered in your home country. Read also: 10 Reasons UAE Expatriates get Married in Seychelles

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