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How do you obtain an Equivalency Certificate in the UAE?

An Equivalency Certificate is a document issued from the UAE Ministry of Education that is required by those who studied outside the UAE. Its purpose is to equate the degree obtained to the standard required by the UAE Authorities. You might require one to get a work permit if you’re working in a particular field. Learn how you can get an equivalency certificate here.

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Sponsoring your Family in the UAE

With some new changes being made to the regulations for sponsoring family in the UAE, we thought we would share with your some more details on how you can get this done as smoothly as possible. Keep reading to learn more.

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Continuing Recruitment Trends in 2019

As with many industries, Recruitment requires constant learning to keep on top of any new trends that occur. Here we look at the top 5 Recruitment trends in 2019, and how important they could be to recruiters and job seekers alike.

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Getting Married in the UAE

Getting married in the UAE can be a difficult process with the amount of paperwork involved. Birth certificates, blood tests, Embassy approvals and more are all needed before you can say ‘I do.’ Learn how the process works here.

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Problems having a document Attested?

There are many people who are unaware of attestation & it’s need until it is absolutely necessary and by then, they’re usually on a very tight deadline.  Find out what you need to know to get a document attested here!


Attestation for Recruiters

If you’re a recruiter you might screen hundreds, if not thousands, of resumes before you find the right candidate. But what happens when you realize your chosen candidate needs to get their documents attested? Find out more here.

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What is Attestation?

Legalisation (Or Attestation as it is more commonly known in the UAE) is the process of authenticating a document from one country to the required level so that the UAE government will be happy to accept that it is genuine. Want to know how the process works? Read on to find out!