About the Document Attestation Process
If you need to present Canadian documents in The UAE, they will likely need to first be attested by the Embassy or Consulate of The United Arab Emirates in Canada. Document attestation, also known as “document authentication and legalization” or “document apostille”, consists of three steps. Click below for more information on each of these three steps.
How We Can Help You
We visit Global Affairs Canada and the Embassy of The UAE on a daily basis. We can advise you on the preparation and attestation of your documents for use in The UAE. We’ll explain your options and answer your questions – no pressure and no obligation. Contact us today! Call us toll-free at 1-888-433-1011 or fill out our quick Get Started form.
Information on the Embassy of The UAE
The Embassy of The UAE is located at:
125 Boteler Street
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
There is currently no official website for the Embassy of The UAE.
Phone number: 613-565-7272
Email address: [email protected]
Hours of Operation
The Embassy of The UAE’s consular section is open from 9:30am-2:30pm, Mon – Fri.
Our friendly staff would welcome the chance to answer your questions about document attestation at the Embassy of The UAE.
DOCUMENT ATTESTATION AT THE EMBASSY OF THE UAE