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Bahrain Certificate Attestation

Those who intend to travel to Bahrain for employment or academic purposes must obtain embassy attestation from Bahrain. For all sorts of visas, including family visas, student visas, and job visas, embassy attestation is required.

Getting an attestation stamp from the Bahrain embassy or consulate is a legal process that will prove the document's legitimacy. The certification of documents needed to conduct business in Bahrain or apply for a visa there is known as Bahrain Embassy Attestation.

Certificate Attestation is necessary because it will certify that you are an acceptable person. The relevant paperwork must be verified at various levels of government before the document may be authenticated. The documents can only be attested to by authorised individuals.

Certificates from Bahrain that require Attestation or Apostille:

Educational Certificates:

Educational Certificates include HSC / SSC/ 10th / 12th / School Transfer Certificates (TC) / Associate Degree or Certificate / Bachelor Degree / Master's Degree / Diploma.

Non- Educational Certificates:

Non- educational Certificates include Birth Certificate / Divorce Certificate /Migration Certificate/ Power of Attorney/ Marriage Certificate / Death Certificate / Medical Certificate / PCC/ Certificate of Incorporation/Certificate of Registration, and so on.

The rules for Bahrain Attestation Procedure are listed below:

The process for legalizing a foreign document varies by country. Attestation certifies a document so that another country's legal system can recognize it.

Attestation Procedure in Bahrain- General Attestation Purpose:

Certificates of Education:

  • To obtain an employment visa/labour card for most positions.
  • Pursuing higher education in a foreign country.
  • To write MOH (Ministry of Health) and DOH (Department of Health) examinations by doctors, nurses, pharmacists, laboratory technicians, and other professionals.
  • To obtain the corresponding certificates.

Vital Certificates / Non-Educational Certificates:

  • Obtaining a residence visa for the wife, children, and in-laws.
  • For a child's admission to school (via Transfer Certificate).

MOA / Power of Attorney:

  • Obtaining the right to sell property in the home country.
  • For the termination of an LLC partnership if the partner in the home country does not wish to continue the partnership.
  • Open a bank account.
  • Company Registration.

To have the certificate of experience attested:

Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, lab technicians, and others must write the MOH and DOH.

Attestation Process:

  • The attestation process varies by state, depending on the document and where you intend to use the certificate.
  • There are numerous methods for attesting documents from Bahrain; it is a multi-step process. Local authorities are only concerned with Ministry of Foreign Affairs attestation (Intended to use country). However, all of the other attestations are required to obtain that.

Steps in the Attestation Process:

  • Court of Appeal Officer - (BAHRAIN).
  • State Civil Affairs Office - (BAHRAIN).
  • Embassy Attestation- (BAHRAIN).
  • MOFA - (Intended to use country).
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