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Kuwait Embassy Personal Document Attestation

GulfVisa provides a document attestation service for your personal documents from the Kuwaiti embassy in the UK. For example, if you are planning on working or moving to Kuwait, you may require various documents to be attested from the Kuwait Embassy in London. These may include university degrees, marriage certificates, birth certificates and many more types of documents.

GulfVisa offers a document attestation service which provides you with a quick one-stop solution to get your documents attested from all these different organisations quickly and easily. We offer services which include stamping from the solicitor, British Foreign Office (FCO) and Kuwaiti embassy. We offer international delivery (via DHL) which is available for selection on checkout. Click here to find out more about document attestation.

We provide an all-in-one solution to legalise your certificates quickly and easily. There are three stages to this process and they must all be done* in the following order:

  1. Your documents are stamped by a solicitor
  2. The papers are then verified by the British Foreign Office (FCO)
  3. Finally, your certificates are attested by the Kuwaiti embassy in London


*Please note that the following do not need to be authenticated by a solicitor (only FCO & UAE embassy attestation needed):

- Original Birth Certificate

Original Marriage Certificate

Original Death Certificate

Original ACRO Police Clearance Certificate

Original Medical report signed by a British doctor registered with the FCO Legalisation Department

(Please note Gulfvisa will attest a copy of your document except for the exempted documents above)

Document attestation procedure from the Kuwait embassy - 3 simple steps

1Prepare the following documents
Prepare the following requirements to send to GulfVisa.
  1. Your Original Personal Document(s)

Gulfvisa also offers a document translation service for your documents. You can add this service during step two below.

2Order your attestation service
Please select the service you require below. GulfVisa offer a standard service (5 working days) and a fast service (1-2 working days) for Kuwait document attestation.
All-Inclusive GulfVisa Price: £229.00  per document
Select which institutions you require attestation from?
Select your document attestation service?
Do you require your document(s) translated?
No. of Document(s) / Applicant(s)
3Post (or drop off) the requirements to our GulfVisa office:

Do I need to send the original document or a copy?

You always need to provide your original certificate. Whether the original document or a copy of it is stamped depends on the following points:

- If your document is not exempt from solicitor stamping, we will make a copy of your document and stamp the copy. This is because the solicitor does not stamp originals. However, the solicitor must still see the original.

Note: Non-ACRO police certificates are the only original certificates which are legalised by the solicitor.

- If your document is exempt from solicitor stamping (see above), your original document will be stamped. This is because the FCO does not allow stamping of copies. Therefore, you must provide the original certificate.

Non-ACRO Police Certificates

ACRO Police Certificates are the only police certificates which do not require solicitor stamping. Therefore, you will only have to select the service which includes FCO + Kuwait Embassy attestation. A non-ACRO police certificate can still be stamped however unlike ACRO it will require attestation from the solicitor before it can be stamped by the FCO and Kuwait embassy.

Therefore, please select the service which includes solicitor, FCO and embassy for non-ACRO police certificates

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the FCO? What is The Hague Convention? What if I already have my document legalised from a solicitor? What if I already have had my documents legalised from a solicitor and the FCO? Do I need to send my passport to get my documents legalised? What educational certificates can be legalised by the Kuwait embassy? What teaching qualifications/certificates can be legalised by the Kuwait embassy? How can I make a service order? When will GulfVisa send back my legalised documents? Can my documents be rejected? Have GulfVisa begun the document legalisation process for my documents? How can I pay?

More Information:

There are a wide variety of terms which are used to describe ‘document attestation’. These include document legalisation, authentication, stamping, verification and certification.

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