Last updated 26 May 2021

UAE Embassy in Canada

With 40,000 Canadians living in the UAE and over 20,000 Emiratis living in Canada, the UAE Embassy in Ontario is a helpful point of contact for many.

It’s thus important to know what services the Embassy offers, and how you can navigate the passport, attestation, and visa process successfully – and quickly.

In this guide, we’ll provide you with all there is to know about the services offered in Canada by the UAE, including processing times, fees, as well as the procedures to follow and the documents to submit.

Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in Canada

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About the UAE Embassy in Canada

The United Arab Emirates Embassy in Ontario and the UAE Consulate General in Toronto provide consular assistance to UAE citizens in Canada.

The Embassy and Consulate also offer services for Canadians and other foreigners who want to live, work or study in the United Arab Emirates.

The UAE Embassy processes passport applications and issues return documents, and attests official documents, certificates and commercial invoices for businesses and individuals.

The Embassy also offers a “Twajudi” service to facilitate communication with UAE citizens in Canada and coordinates their repatriation in case of an emergency or crisis.

Contact details

UAE Embassy in Ottawa:

UAE Consulate General in Toronto:

Opening Hours

UAE Embassy Ottawa Opening Hours

UAE Consulate General Toronto Opening Hours

Payment methods

Payment can only be conducted online via the E-payment Gateway found on the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation’s (MoFAIC) main website:

  1. Sign in here using your username and password
  2. Choose tasks (my applications)
  3. You will now be able to view your ongoing applications
  4. Click on your application number
  5. Complete the payment procedure in this table
  6. Once payment is completed, you will be able to view your payment receipt in this same table.

List of Consular Services offered by the UAE Embassy in Ottawa

UAE Embassy Canada Attestation

Before you can use foreign documents in the UAE, they have to be attested by the UAE Embassy in Ottawa. This process is sometimes called legalization – or, in some countries, apostille. In the UAE, the term ‘document attestation’ is used.

Similarly, UAE documents to be used in Canada have to be attested by the UAE MoFAIC.

How do I get UAE Embassy legalization

The UAE Embassy can only attest documents that are authenticated by Global Affairs Canada. Documents must be authenticated separately, and they must be returned to you, not the UAE Embassy. This is to prevent documents from being lost in the mail, and for you to confirm that Global Affairs Canada has processed your documents.

You can learn more about the process of attestation in this helpful guide.

Below, you can find tables with valuable information on the UAE attestation procedure, with details on the process, costs (including UAE certificate attestation fees), and timelines for legalizing the following documents:

  • Certificates (personal documents)
  • Commercial documents
  • Invoices

To attest your documents outside the UAE, you must:

  1. Register on the MoFAIC website or through the Smart Mobile App, UAE MOFAIC
  2. Apply
  3. Pay the Fee
  4. You will then receive an SMS confirming successful application
  5. Visit the UAE Embassy Ontario to attest documents
Certificates
When is an attestation needed?
Certificates must be attested by the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in Ottawa to be legally approved for use in the UAE.
Description
  • Birth Certificate;
  • Court Issues Certificate;
  • Death Certificate - UAE National;
  • Death Certificate - non-UAE National;
  • Fingerprint Document;
  • Educational Certificates;
  • Employment Contract;
  • General Power of Attorney (non-commercial);
  • Good Conduct Certificate;
  • Judicial Rulings;
  • Marriage Contract;
  • Medical Reports;
  • Police Report;
  • Single Purpose Power of Attorney (eg. selling a car);
  • To Whom It May Concern Certificate;
  • Work Experience Certificate;
  • Other Certificates.
Who can apply?
Persons who need to use their certificates in the UAE
Fee (in AED)
150.00 + Service Fee
Processing Time
A minimum of 3 - 5 business days.
Criteria for attestation
All certificates issued in Canada must be authenticated by Global Affairs Canada before they can be submitted to the UAE Embassy.
How to submit

Documents should be mailed to the UAE Embassy Ottawa along with the following items:

  • A copy of the receipt from the online payment
    • Make sure that the receipt copy contains an application number: ATS-XXXXXXXX.
    • Make sure it contains the receipt number.
  • A prepaid self-addressed return envelope or a computer-generated airway bill form
    Make sure to write your full name and address on these items.
Submission Notes
  • Documents must be authenticated separately and should be returned to you from Global Affairs Canada. This means they should not be returned directly to the UAE Embassy.
  • Write Attn: Consular Section on the outside of your envelope.
  • In the case of degrees or diplomas from any Canadian University or Institution, an official and sealed transcript must be mailed to the UAE Embassy. An E-transcript will not be accepted.
  • Incomplete documents will not be returned to the sender.
Commercial documents
When is an attestation needed?
Commercial documents must be attested by the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in Ottawa to be legally approved for use.
Description
  • A Commercial Agency to Franchise a Product to be Sold Inside the Country;
  • A Copy of a Commercial Agency Attested Before;
  • Meeting Minutes / A Board of Directors Decision;
  • Achievements of Projects That Have Each Been Completed Individually;
  • Adjust a Capital Share;
  • Any Copy of the Trading License;
  • Article of Association;
  • Cancel Commercial Licenses;
  • Cancel Commercial Agency;
  • Certificate of Good Standing;
  • Commercial Brand;
  • Commercial Agency;
  • Commercial Licenses;
  • Company Capital;
  • Company Closure;
  • Company Set Up Contract;
  • Company’s Commercial Registrar;
  • Corporate Financial Budget of each fiscal year, or a copy of the Budget for the same fiscal year;
  • End-user Certificate;
  • Entering a New Partner;
  • Withdrawing a Partner;
  • Financial Statement;
  • Free Sale Certificate;
  • ISO Certificate;
  • Patent Registration;
  • Pledged certificate to open a branch of a company;
  • Price List;
  • Private or Public Commercial Agency (Extraction A Licenses / Appointing a Manager / Opening a Branch/quotas circuit);
  • Recording a New Product;
  • Agreements;
  • Other Commercial Documents.
Who can apply?
Foreign Missions in UAE, Government Entities, Individuals, Private Companies
Fee (in AED)
2000.00 + Service Fee.
Processing Time
A minimum of 3 - 5 business days.
Criteria for attestation
All commercial, business, and corporate documents (except Invoices, Certificates of Origins, Packing Lists, and other documents related to the invoice) must be authenticated by Global Affairs Canada before being sent to the UAE Embassy
How to submit

Documents should be mailed to the UAE Embassy Ottawa along with the following items:

  • A copy of the receipt from the online payment
    • Make sure that the receipt copy contains an application number: ATS-XXXXXXXX.
    • Make sure it contains the receipt number.
  • A prepaid self-addressed return envelope or a computer-generated air waybill form
    Make sure to write your complete name and address on these items.
Submission Notes
  • Documents must be authenticated separately and should be returned to you from Global Affairs Canada. This means they should not be returned directly to the UAE Embassy.
  • Write Attn: Consular Section on the outside of your envelope.
  • Incomplete documents will not be returned to the sender.
Invoices
When is an attestation needed?
Commercial invoices must be attested to be legally approved for use.
Description
  • Invoices issued from the UAE;
  • Invoices issued outside the UAE
Who can apply?
Private companies
Type of Document
Invoice from
1 to 10,000 AED
10,001 to 30,000 AED
30,001 to 60,000 AED
60,001 to 90,000 AED
90,001 to 150,000 AED
150,001 to 250,000 AED
250,001 to 500,000 AED
500,001 to 1,000,000 AED
1,000,001 to 2,000,000 AED
2,000,001 to 99,999,999 AED
Fee (in AED)
From the UAE:
150
300
600
800
1000
1300
1500
2000
3000
0.002% of the bill
From outside the UAE:
100
200
400
600
800
1000
1300
1500
2000
0.002% of the bill
Processing Time
A minimum of 3 - 5 business days.
Criteria for attestation
Invoices, Certificates of Origins, Packing Lists, and other documents which are related to the invoice must be authenticated by the Chamber of Commerce or Board of Trade in Canada before being sent to the UAE Embassy.
How to submit

Documents should be mailed to the UAE Embassy Ottawa along with the following items:

  • A copy of the receipt from the online payment
    • Make sure that the receipt copy contains an application number: ATS-XXXXXXXX.
    • Make sure it contains the receipt number.
  • A prepaid self-addressed return envelope or a computer-generated air waybill form
    • Make sure to write your complete name and address on these items.
Submission Notes
  • Documents must be authenticated separately, and should be returned to you from the Chamber of Commerce or Board of Trade. This means they should not be returned directly to the UAE Embassy.
  • Write Attn: Consular Section on the outside of your envelope.
  • Incomplete documents will not be returned to the sender.
Invoices
When is an attestation needed?
Commercial invoices must be attested to be legally approved for use.
Description
  • Invoices issued from the UAE;
  • Invoices issued outside the UAE.
Who can apply?
Private Companies
Type of Document
Fee (in AED)
Invoices From
From the UAE
From outside the UAE
1 to 10,000 AED
150
100
10,001 to 30,000 AED
300
200
30,001 to 60,000 AED
600
400
60,001 to 90,000 AED
800
600
90,001 to 150,000 AED
1000
800
150,001 to 250,000 AED
1300
1000
from 250,001 to 500,000 AED
1500
1300
500,001 to 1,000,000 AED
2000
1500
1,000,001 to 2,000,000 AED
3000
2000
2,000,001 to 99,999,999 AED
0.002% of the bill
Processing Time
A minimum of 3 - 5 business days.
Criteria for attestation
nvoices, Certificates of Origins, Packing Lists, and other documents which are related to the invoice must be authenticated by the Chamber of Commerce or Board of Trade in Canada before being sent to the UAE Embassy.
How to submit

Documents should be mailed to the UAE Embassy Ottawa along with the following items:

  • A copy of the receipt from the online payment
    • Make sure that the receipt copy contains an application number: ATS-XXXXXXXX.
    • Make sure it contains the receipt number.
  • A prepaid self-addressed return envelope or a computer-generated air waybill form
    • Make sure to write your complete name and address on these items.
Submission Notes
  • Documents must be authenticated separately, and should be returned to you from the Chamber of Commerce or Board of Trade. This means they should not be returned directly to the UAE Embassy.
  • Write Attn: Consular Section on the outside of your envelope.
  • Incomplete documents will not be returned to the sender.

UAE attestation FAQs

Attestation is a process that confirms the validity of your documents. This is a requirement if you’re planning to move to UAE to work, study, or to do business. 

Attestation proves that you are a genuine person or company that is visiting the UAE with good intentions, since your documents are proven to be authentic.

You don’t have to have the attested documents when applying for a job, but you will need them when you are hired. Only low-level unskilled jobs don’t need to attest educational certificates to work in the UAE.

Going to the UAE without attesting your documents will lead to unnecessary delays in processing your work visa. This can lead you to lose a job opportunity.

It’s thus better to have all your documents prepared before you leave for the UAE.

Documents can be attested at the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in Ottawa. You can mail in the documents. The Embassy only accepts online payment.

Follow our helpful guide titled “How do I get UAE Embassy legalization” for all the information required.

If you need more help, at Document Authentication Canada we work closely with the UAE Embassy in Canada to facilitate the attestation process. Get in touch with our expert team on 1-855-700-5840 for assistance.

To get a UAE visa, you’ll need to attest your personal and educational documents. This means you need a degree attestation for UAE.

The documents related to your education must be first authenticated by Global Affairs Canada. Then, the documents must be certified by the UAE Embassy and also Canada’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Some jobs also require that your documents be verified by the UAE’s Ministry of Education.

The first step is to get your Canadian documents authenticated by Global Affairs Canada. However, Invoices, Certificates of Origins, Packing Lists, and other documents related to the invoice must be authenticated by the Chamber of Commerce or Board of Trade in Canada.

After this process of authentication, you can send the documents for UAE Embassy legalization by mail. Payment must be made online before sending them, and you will receive your documents back by mail. Our helpful guide above details how to pay, where to mail the documents, how to mail them, and how long it will take for the documents to be processed.

Your documents will then be recognised in the UAE.

It takes a minimum of 3 – 5 business days for the UAE Embassy to process any document.

This excludes the time it takes to get your documents authenticated by Global Affairs Canada. Authentication is a first step in every attestation process.

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Visa for the UAE

The UAE Government provides visas for different purposes, depending on your reasons for visiting the UAE. There are different visas to live, work, or go for a holiday in the UAE.

It is important to apply for the visa that best fits the purpose of your stay in the UAE and that corresponds to your nationality, otherwise your application will be rejected.

A UAE visa can be a:

Do I need a UAE visa?

No advance visa arrangements are needed if you are visiting the UAE with a passport issued by Andorra, Australia, Brunei, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Kazakhstan, Macau, Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco, New Zealand, Ireland, San Marino, Singapore, Ukraine, UK, USA, or Vatican City.

Upon arrival, your passport will be stamped with a 30-day visit visa free of charge.

A UAE visa is also granted upon arrival for persons traveling with a passport issued by:

Argentina, Austria, Bahamas Islands, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Kiribati, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, maldives, Malta, Montenegro, Nauru, Netherlands, Norway, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Marino, Serbia, Seychelles, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Island, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Uruguay.

If your passport was issued by one of these countries, you are eligible for a 90-day visit. Your passport will be stamped upon arrival and your multiple entry 90-day visit visa is valid for six months, for a stay of 90 days in total.

European citizens can also apply for a pre-arranged visit visa once they fully utilize their 90-day visa.

Mexican citizens are eligible for a multiple entry 180-day visit visa that’s valid for 6 months.

The table below provides important information on the remaining types of visas:

Who can apply Duration of visit Validity Extension Allowed Days until issue Approximate Fee (AED / US$)
Multiple Entry Tourist Visa for All Nationalities
All tourists of all nationalities
90 days
5 years
Yes - another 90 days
No information yet.
Business visa
Professionals from any country with entrepreneurial experience
6 months
  • 6 months if living outside the UAE
  • 1 month if living in the UAE - Visa must then be converted into a residence permit.
No
Unkown
Remote Work Visa
People who live and work outside the UAE, start-ups, and entrepreneurs
1 year
1 year
Yes - for another year
Unkown
US $287
Tourist Visa
Tourists who are not residents of 73 approved countries*
30 days
Yes - twice, 30 days each time
Unkown
  • Single entry: US $90
  • Multiple entry: US$ 175
90 days
  • Single Entry: US$190
  • Multiple Entry: US$ 460
Patient and Companion Entry Permits
Patients entering the UAE for treatment under the sponsorship of medical establishment and the government along with their companion
Dubai
90 days
Dubai
60 days
Yes
Unkown

Different rules apply for Abu Dhabi and the Northern Emirates

eVisa for GCC Residents
GCC residents
30 days
Yes - for another 30 days
Unkown
Their companions
60 days
Yes - for another 60 days
Retirement Visa for UAE Residents
Retired residents over the age of 55
5 years
Yes - if they meet eligibility criteria
Unkown
888.75
Transit Visa
Travelers planning to stop in the UAE on their way to a third destination
48 hours
No
Unkown
$10
Travelers planning to stop in the UAE on their way to a third destination
96 hours
No
$30
Student Visa
University or a college student studying in the UAE
1 year
Yes - year to year
Unkown
Outstanding students
5 years
Unkown
Visa Services
Multiple Entry Tourist Visa for All Nationalities
Who can apply
All tourists of all nationalities
Duration of visit
90 days
Validity
5 years
Extension Allowed
Yes - another 90 days
Days until issue
No information yet.
Fee (AED/$US)
No information yet.
Business visa
Who can apply
Professionals from any country with entrepreneurial experience
Duration of visit
6 months
Validity
  • 6 months if living outside the UAE
  • 1 month if living in the UAE - Visa must then be converted into a residence permit.
Extension Allowed
No
Days until issue
Unkown
Fee (AED/$US)
Unkown
Remote Work Visa
Who can apply
People who live and work outside the UAE, start-ups, and entrepreneurs
Duration of visit
1 year
Validity
1 year
Extension Allowed
Yes - for another year
Days until issue
Unkown
Fee (AED/$US)
$287
Tourist Visa
Who can apply
Tourists who are not residents of 73 approved countries*
Duration of visit
30 days
90 days
Validity
30 days
90 days
Extension Allowed
Yes - twice, 30 days each time
Days until issue
Unkown
Fee (AED/$US)
  • Single entry: US $90
  • Multiple entry: US$ 175
  • Single Entry: US$190
  • Multiple Entry: US$ 460
Patient and Companion Entry Permits
Who can apply
Patients entering the UAE for treatment under the sponsorship of medical establishment and the government along with their companion
Duration of visit
Dubai
90 days
Validity
Dubai
90 days
Extension Allowed
Yes
Days until issue
Unkown
Fee (AED/$US)
Unkown

Different rules apply for Abu Dhabi and the Northern Emirates

eVisa for GCC Residents
Who can apply
GCC residents
Their companions
Duration of visit
30 days
60 days
Validity
30 days
60 days
Extension Allowed
Yes - for another 30 days
Yes - for another 60 days
Days until issue
Unkown
Fee (AED/$US)
Unkown
Retirement Visa for UAE Residents
Who can apply
Retired residents over the age of 55
Duration of visit
5 years
Validity
5 years
Extension Allowed
Yes - if they meet eligibility criteria
Days until issue
Unkown
Fee (AED/$US)
888.75
Transit Visa
Who can apply
Travelers planning to stop in the UAE on their way to a third destination
Duration of visit
48 hours
96 hours
Validity
48 hours
96 hours
Extension Allowed
No
Days until issue
Unkown
Fee (AED/$US)
$10
$30
Student Visa
Who can apply
University or a college student studying in the UAE
Outstanding students
Duration of visit
1 year
5 years
Validity
1 year
5 years
Extension Allowed
Yes - year to year
Unkown
Days until issue
Unkown
Fee (AED/$US)
Unkown
*Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brunei, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, Vatican City.

Consular Services for UAE citizens in Canada

The United Arab Emirates Embassy in Ottawa offers a number of services for UAE citizens residing in or visiting Canada.

These include:

  • Passport renewal of UAE nationals residing abroad for the purposes of education, medical treatment, or work
  • Emergency passports in the case of:
    • Damage
    • Expiration
    • Loss
    • For babies over one year
    • For newborns
  • Twajudi

 

The tables below provide helpful information regarding these services.

Passport Renewal
Description
You can renew your passport at the UAE Embassy in Ottawa.
Who can apply?
UAE citizens in Canada for study, treatment, or work purposes.
Type of Document
Passport
Fee (in CAD $)
60
Supporting documents required
  • Original passport
  • A personal photo
  • Detailed information that proves you’re in Canada.
Processing Time
Within 5 working days.
Procedure
  • Register and Log in to the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation’s website or mobile application.
  • From the Individual Services List, select “Issue Passports and Return Documents” and click “Start Service”.
  • You will receive an SMS and Email with a Reference Number confirming that you have successfully applied.
  • Visit the UAE Embassy in Ottawa, hand over the supporting documents, and pay the fee at the Embassy.
  • You will receive a notice that your passport has been renewed. Go pick it up from the Embassy.
Submission Notes
  • The person applying must be a UAE national.
  • The application form must be correctly completed.
  • All the required documents must be attached.
Passport Renewal
Description
You can renew your passport at the UAE Embassy in Ottawa.
Who can apply?
UAE citizens in Canada for study, treatment, or work purposes.
Type of Document
Fee (in AED)
Passport
60
Supporting documents required
  • Original passport
  • A personal photo
  • Detailed information that proves you’re in Canada.
Processing Time
Within 5 working days
Procedure
  • Register and Log in to the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation’s website or mobile application.
  • From the Individual Services List, select “Issue Passports and Return Documents” and click “Start Service”.
  • You will receive an SMS and Email with a Reference Number confirming that you have successfully applied.
  • Visit the UAE Embassy in Ottawa, hand over the supporting documents, and pay the fee at the Embassy.
  • You will receive a notice that your passport has been renewed. Go pick it up from the Embassy.
Submission Notes
  • The person applying must be a UAE national.
  • The application form must be correctly completed.
  • All the required documents must be attached.
Emergency Passports
Description
Emergency passports can be issued from the UAE Embassy in Ottawa in case of emergency. Emergencies include loss, damage, and expiry. Emergency passports are also issued for newborns and babies over one year.
Who can apply?
UAE citizens in Canada to facilitate their return back home.
Passport issued because of
Loss
Damage
Expiry
Newborn
Baby over one year old
Supporting documents required
  • Copy of Family Book (All pages)
  • Copy of lost Passport
  • Copy of Lost Passport Report attested by UAE Mission.
  • Copy of Passport or ID Card
  • Copy of Family Book (All pages)
  • A written letter indicating passport damage causes or a Police Report
  • Damaged Passport
  • Copy of Passport or ID Card
  • Copy of Family Book (All pages)
  • A Written letter with supporting documents showing reasons for staying abroad
  • Copy of child’s Birth Certificate authenticated by Global Affairs Canada and attested by the UAE Embassy.
  • Copy of Father’s Passport or ID Card
  • Copy of Mother’s Passport
  • Copy of Family Book (All pages)
  • In case the spouse (UAE National or Foreigner) is not added to the Family Book, attach an attested copy of the Marriage Certificate.
Fee (in AED)
150
Processing Time
Within 2 working days.
Procedure
  • Register and Log in to the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation’s website or mobile application.
  • From the Individual Services List, select the relevant service and click “Start Service”.
  • You will receive an SMS and Email with a Reference Number confirming that you have successfully applied.
  • Visit the UAE Embassy in Ottawa, hand over the supporting documents, and pay the fee at the Embassy.
  • You will receive a notice that your passport is ready. Go pick it up from the Embassy.
Submission Notes
  • The person applying must be a UAE national.
  • The application form must be correctly completed.
  • All the required documents must be attached.
  • In some cases, the application may be forwarded to the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship.
Emergency Passports
Description
Emergency passports can be issued from the UAE Embassy in Ottawa in case of emergency. Emergencies include loss, damage, and expiry. Emergency passports are also issued for newborns and babies over one year.
Who can apply?
UAE citizens in Canada to facilitate their return back home.
Passport issued because of
Supporting documents required
Loss
  • Copy of Family Book (All pages)
  • Copy of lost Passport
  • Copy of Lost Passport Report attested by UAE Mission.
Damage
  • Copy of Passport or ID Card
  • Copy of Family Book (All pages)
  • A written letter indicating passport damage causes or a Police Report
  • Damaged Passport
Expiry
  • Copy of Passport or ID Card
  • Copy of Family Book (All pages)
  • A Written letter with supporting documents showing reasons for staying abroad
Newborn
  • Copy of child’s Birth Certificate authenticated by Global Affairs Canada and attested by the UAE Embassy.
  • Copy of Father’s Passport or ID Card
  • Copy of Mother’s Passport
  • Copy of Family Book (All pages)
  • In case the spouse (UAE National or Foreigner) is not added to the Family Book, attach an attested copy of the Marriage Certificate.
Baby over one year old
Fee (in AED)
Processing Time
150
Within 2 working days.
Procedure
  • Register and Log in to the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation’s website or mobile application.
  • From the Individual Services List, select the relevant service and click “Start Service”.
  • You will receive an SMS and Email with a Reference Number confirming that you have successfully applied.
  • Visit the UAE Embassy in Ottawa, hand over the supporting documents, and pay the fee at the Embassy.
  • You will receive a notice that your passport is ready. Go pick it up from the Embassy.
Submission Notes
  • The person applying must be a UAE national.
  • The application form must be correctly completed.
  • All the required documents must be attached.
  • In some cases, the application may be forwarded to the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship.
Twajudi
Description
Twajudi is a service to allow the UAE to contact and help UAE citizens to return back to their country in case of emergencies and crises.
Who can apply?
UAE nationals in Canada to facilitate the return back home.
Fee (in AED)
Free
Processing Time
5 minutes to enter flight details.
Procedure
  • Log in to the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation’s website or mobile application using your UAE PASS.
  • From the Individual Services List, select “Tawajudi” and click “Start Service”.
  • Enter your travel details and submit the application.
Submission Notes
  • The person applying must be a UAE national.

IN CONCLUSION

Thanks to this guide, you should now have a better idea of the UAE attestation procedure, as well as information on UAE visas, passports, and the Twajudi service provided by the United Arab Emirates Embassy.

Navigating these processes can be overwhelming – especially if you’re moving to work in UAE or for other purposes.

At DAC we help streamline the UAE Embassy Canada attestation process so you can focus on what matters. Get in touch with our expert team on 1-855-700-5840 to request a quote and a free document evaluation.

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About The Author

Nidhal Abu, Director of Operations

Nidhal is an expert in the international community in Ottawa and is currently completing his paralegal license. He manages all client relationships and oversees DAC’s daily operations.