Saudi Attestation + Apostille Degree Certificate
Solicitor certification, FCO apostille and Saudi embassy attestation for UK degree certificates or membership certificates. The degree certificate must be stamped by the Saudi Cultural Attache prior to being sent to us. This is not needed for membership certificates. More information on this can be found below.
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Solicitor Certification, FCO apostille and Saudi embassy attestation for UK degree certificates or membership certificates (MRCP, ACCA etc.). This service may not be suitable for other UK academic documents (e.g. GCSE certificates). If we are unable to provide the embassy attestation we can refund the fee for this aspect.
Important – Before we can assist with the attestation of your degree or membership certificate you must firstly arrange for the document to be stamped by the Saudi Cultural Attache.
This can be done by registering and applying online here - https://attestation.uksacb.org/applicant/application/create
The Saudi Cultural Attache will require the following documents:
- A clear scan of the degree certificate
- A consent letter permitting the SCA to verify the degree with the issuing body
- A letter from your future employer in Saudi Arabia requesting the degree is attested
- A clear scan of the photo page of your passport
The Saudi Cultural Attache will then contact the institution that issued the degree to verify the authenticity of the document. The timescale for this is dependent on how quickly the University responds to this request.
Once the application is successful the stamped document will be available online on the SCA site.
From this point you can send the original degree, the stamped copy of the degree and a copy of your passport to us.
We will then arrange for the document to be solicitor certified, issued with the apostille and attested by the Saudi embassy. This process takes approximately 7-8 working days.