Embassy Attestation and Legalization in the State of Kuwait
We provide a full range of legalization and authentication services from notarizing degrees and diplomas to the certification of documents by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, and the Foreign consulates in Kuwait.
What is legalization?
Legalization is the process of authenticating or certifying a document for a document to be used internationally so a foreign country's legal system will recognize it. Often also a certified translation of the original document is required for full legalization.
Legalization is a multi-step process. Often your document must be legalized by a local government, the Kuwait government, and at the Embassy of the destination country to be considered genuine and valid.
Contact our legalization experts to begin a consultation. We will take the time to understand your legalization needs and work with you step-by-step to ensure you get the right documents in a timely fashion.
Do I need to notarize the document?
All documents must be notarized by a notary public in order to be authenticated and legalized, or to receive apostille – except official, certified government-issued documents.
How do I notarize a document?
Specific procedures may vary, but typically in Kuwait, the document can be taken to a lawyer or a Foreign Consulate or Embassy.
The lawyer will require a valid ID and will witness the document being signed. The lawyer attests to the signature and stamps the document.
Please email us and one of our representatives will contact you with instructions.