Legalisation
General Information
 
All documents (including Malaysia academic qualifications) presented to the UAE Embassy's Consulate Section for Legalization must first be certified by the Ministry of Higher Education and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.  Or other relevant local authority and Ministry Foreign Affairs Malaysia.
 
Please note that the UAE Embassy is not able to legalize foreign documents.  Documents from overseas (including academic qualifications, marriage certificate, birth certificate, etc) cannot be attested by the UAE Embassy in Malaysia.  It has to be legalized by the UAE Embassy in the origin country of which the documents has been issued.
 
The Embassy will deal with documents issued in Malaysia only.  Documents issued from other countries need to be processed through UAE Embassy in the origin country or a nearest UAE Embassy in the area.
 
Other than government documents required for legalization by the Embassy will first need to be either authenticated or notarized by a notary public and Malaysian Foreign Affairs.
Documents from the UAE will need to be endorsed by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs before legalization by the UAE Embassy.
 
Power of Attorney and similar legal documents should be original and signed in the presence of a notary public to the attestation.
 
Document has to be attested from relevant party in advance according to Embassy's attestation, such as Ministry of Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, Marine Department, Notary Public, Chamber of Commerce, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, etc.
 
Documents in Bahasa Malaysia (local language) need to be translated to either Arabic or English through local recognized translator complete with other related department attestation.
Documents for certification should be sent to consular section, UAE Embassy in Kuala Lumpur at the following address:
 
Embassy of the United Arab Emirates
No. 1 Gerbang Ampang Hilir,
Off Persiaran Ampang Hilir,
55000 Kuala Lumpur
 
 
Document Attestation Fee
 
Fees must be paid in Credit Card, Debit Card or bankers cheque/bank draft (drawn on a bank in Malaysia) made payable to Embassy of the United Arab Emirates.  Cash payment, companies or personnel Cheques  are not accepted.  Posting the documents is not workable; therefore your documents need to be submitted by yourself or an authorized representative.  You also need to do collection by yourself or your authorized representative within the time allocated.
 
 
Please check the price of the attestation fees with Consulate Department.
 
The invoices will be based on total value of the invoice in USD or AED or MYR currency, you may refer to Consulate Department about attestation fee. Shipping Documents Commercial Invoice  and Certificate of Original must attached together.
 
 
Time Taken to Process Documents 
 
One working days should normally be allowed before collection of documents lodged at the Embassy for legalization. Submission time will be from 09.00 am to 12.00 noon and the collection will be on the same day from 02.30pm to 03.30 pm.  
 
 
Police Clearance Certificate Process:-
 
The process is:
 
1. The applicant has to make fingerprint at Malaysian Police General Headquarters located at Bukit Aman.
 
2. The fingerprint form has to be certified by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia at Putrajaya.
 
3. The applicant has to certify the fingerprint by the UAE Embassy in Kuala Lumpur and the fee for endorsement (refer to Consulate Department)
 
4. The applicant has to submit to UAE Embassy in Kuala Lumpur the following documents:-
  • Passport copy (valid for 6 months) - front page and cover page must be in color
  • Copy of UAE residence permit page (old)
  • 3 photos
  • AED115 for processing fees
  • The fees of fingerprint form to be attested (refer to Consulate Department)
  • Photo copy of the fingerprint form

        (PLEASE PROVIDE 2 SETS PHOTOCOPY FOR ALL THE DOCUMENTS ABOVE)

 

5. The applicant has to fill the Application Form at the UAE Embassy in Kuala Lumpur.
 
6. The applicant must inform to which authorities this Police Clearance Certificated will be presented to (important).
 
7. If the application is not complete it will be deducted / rejected.
 
We will send all the documents to Ministry of Foreign Affairs, UAE to get approval from Police Department in UAE and Ministry of Interior UAE.  THIS PROCESS WILL TAKE 4 OR 5 MONTHS.

 

LOST PASSPORT

The circumstances in which an individual loses passport with working visa or residence visa in U.A.E. can apply the Details of Residence to enter back into U.A.E

Applicants are required to make a police report in Malaysia and must make a new passport. Please follow the steps below:

Documents to be submitted to the Embassy:

  1. Police Report must translate in Arabic, at ITBM and must attest from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Malaysia. (please make sure your lost passport number written in the police report).
  2. Bring original Police report.
  3. Photocopy of work permit or residence visa in old / missing passport
  4. Photocopy of the missing passport
  5. Two photographs (passport size white background).
  6. Photocopy of new passport (front page and cover of passport must be in colour).
  7. Letter from sponsor (prove that you still working in that company/stay in UAE).
  8. Fill the form in the embassy.
  9. Attestation fee (refer to Consulate Department)
  10. Embassy will send the entire document to Ministry in U.A.E. and the process will take 1 or 2 weeks.

(Please provide 2 sets of photocopy for all the documents above)