Legalization/Attestation from Ministry, Govt of Bangladesh

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs

  • Ministry of Law, Justice & Parliament Affairs

  • Ministry of Education

  • Ministry of Commerce

  • Ministry of Health

  • Ministry of Home Affairs

  • Other Ministries

Attestation/legalization service from Board, Chamber, IF and others

  • Translator attestation

  • Notary public attestation

  • Education board attestation

  • Embassy attestation

  • Metropolitan Chamber attestation

  • Court attestation

  • Islamic Foundation attestation

Please note

  • Court/Legal documents are usually required to be attested from the court/ministry of law/ministry of foreign affairs
  • Civil documents are usually required to be attested from the ministry of law/ministry of foreign affairs
  • Trade/Commercial documents are usually required to be attested from the chamber/ministry of commerce/ministry of foreign affairs
  • Academic/Education documents are usually required to be attested from the board-university/ministry of education/ministry of foreign affairs
  • These are just common, there may be usually additional requirements

Attestation/legalization from Embassy/High Commission

  • Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain, UAE

  • USA, UK, Canada, Australia

  • Schengen Countries such as Sweden, Germany, French, Italy

  • Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, India

Documents commonly attested or legalized

  • Nikahnama

  • Marriage Certificate

  • Court Decree/Order

  • Divorce Decree

  • Death Certificate

  • Birth Certificate

  • Divorce Decree

  • Police Clearance Certificate

  • Power of Attorney

  • NOC relating to Child Adoption

  • Unmarried Certificate

  • Commercial Document/Export-Import Document

  • Medical Certificate

  • Education Certificate

  • Recruitment Agreement

  • Bank statement

  • Land Title Deed

  • Contract, Deeds of Sale

  • Other

For attestation/legalization service, photocopy of NID/Passport of the owner of document is usually required to be attached to the documents.

Please note that for some offices, document owner may personally be required to appear. Also note that in most cases, a document owner can have documents attested/legalized without other’s help if s/he knows the process for it and can manage time.

Only hand over your original/valuable documents to reliable person or firm against proper receipt for your evidence.