Legalisation of education and personal documents at the Embassy of Egypt in Dublin
Do you want to move to Egypt to study or work? Then it is very likely that you will have to have your Irish documents legalised, so that you are able to use your documents abroad.
Before you can make an appointment at the Embassy of Egypt in Dublin you will need to have your documents in question authenticated. This may be a time consuming and stressful process, especially if you are not sure what kind of authentication is necessary before going to the Embassy of Egypt in Dublin. We can help you throughout the whole process. All you have to do is drop off your documents in one of our offices in Dublin or in Cork and we will do the rest for you.
Apostille authentication for your Irish documents
It is usually necessary that your Irish documents are legalised by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Ireland before they can be submitted to the Embassy of Egypt in Dublin. At the DFA your documents will be authenticated by an apostille stamp to attest to their authenticity.
After this your documents may be submitted at the Embassy of Egypt in Dublin.
Our service for the legalisation of your Irish documents at the Embassy of Egypt in Dublin
We can help you with the whole process of legalising your Irish documents. We can get the apostille stamp for your document and can submit your documents at the Embassy of Egypt, as we are in regular contact with them. This means you only have to drop off your documents in one of our offices in Cork or Dublin or send them to us via registered post and we will do the rest for you. This will save you time and money.
Additionally, we can also answer all of your questions you may have in regard to the legalisation of your Irish documents for the use at the Embassy of Egypt and abroad.