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Answered Sep 17, 2019
Document Attestation for Qatar is an important process to be carried out when you are intending to visit Qatar for the long term or are looking forward to doing business in the country. Qatar is one of the renowned countries to invite foreigners to live, work or do business in. Getting an attestation stamp from the Qatar embassy will render the evidence of the validness of the document and the applicant.
We need certificate attestation for Qatar visa for a variety of causes like work visa, student visa, residence visa or for expert purposes. It is certainly a part of the proof that shows that you are an authentic individual/organization and visiting Qatar with no evil expectations. It demonstrates that your declarations are valid and can be permitted in the nation.
Procedure for Qatar Attestation are as follows:
It is the beginning stage of the certificate verification procedure. This level of verification can be done by the notary or the University from where the documents were issued, as per the requirement or from the Chamber of commerce in the case of commercial documents.
The verification of documents from the state is carried out by three different departments as per the requirement of the document type. These departments are the State Home Department (SHD), Human Resource Department (HRD), and the Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM). SDM is independent of the state government, however, the verification performed by this authority is considered on the state level.
MEA or Ministry of External Affairs is the last level of authentication from the home government after which an MEA stamp is applied to the document. MEA is the central department that concerns with the foreign matters of the country.
It is carried out by the personnel of the respective country the documents are being attested for. It is the last step of the certification for most nations after the Ministry of External Affairs.