Sunday, 24 June 2012

Notary Public Document Attestation in UAE


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The following documents can be attested by Notary Public in UAE from Dubai Courts, Abu Dhabi Courts and Sharjah Courts. Notary Public office in Dubai is located in Al Twar Centre near Al Qusais Metro Station.

The notary public services are essential for expatriates to get some services in their home country for education and loan purposes. This service is essential to approve to the power of attorney and sworn affidavit documents.
  • Vehicle Title Transfers
  • Online Driver's Exams
  • Diploma and School Transcript Certification
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Loan Documents
  • Affidavits
  • Wills
  • Apostilles and Authentications
  • Permissions for Minor to Travel
  • Oaths for Telephone Depositions
  • Grant Deeds, Warranty Deeds, and Quitclaim Deeds
  • Authentication of documents going to foreign countries
  • Other documents approved by the Notary Public

Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Short-term visit visa rules in UAE


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Short-term visit visas in UAE are entry permits for staying in UAE for a period of 30 days. When applying for a short-term visa the following questions will come in for the applicant.
  1. What are the rules of short-term visit visa?
  2. How many days is it valid for staying in UAE?
  3. Is there a one month grace period after the expiry date of the short-term visit visa in UAE?
According to Article 39, point B of the Federal Law Number 6 for the year 1973 Concerning Immigration and Residence, the short term visit visa allows its holder to be in the country of United Arab Emirates for 30 days only. This visa allows its holder to enter the country once only, and is valid for two months from its issuance date. Additionally, the period of this visa is non-renewable. It means that there is no one month grace period after 30 days from entering the country.

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