Malaysia Embassy Attestation in Mumbai

Malaysia Embassy Attestation Procedure

For Educational Documents

Process 1:

  • State Home Department (HRD/GAD/Regional Attestation Centre) Attestation from concerned state;
  • Attestation from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA);
  • Attestation from Malaysia Embassy/Consulate.

For Non-Educational Documents

Process 1:

  • State Home Department Attestation of concerned state;
  • Attestation from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA);
  • Attestation from Malaysia Embassy/Consulate.   

Process 2 (Case Specific):

  • Attestation from the Home Department of Maharashtra State;
  • Attestation from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA);
  • Attestation from Malaysia Embassy/Consulate.  

Process 3 (Case Specific):

  • Attestation from the Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM), New Delhi;
  • Attestation from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA);
  • Attestation from Malaysia Embassy/Consulate.  

For Commercial Documents

  • Attestation from the Chamber Of Commerce;
  • Attestation from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA);
  • Attestation from Malaysia Embassy/Consulate.  

Following documents are required for Attestation of educational and personal documents:

  • Original documents to be attested;
  • One clear photocopy of the passport;

In the case of Commercial Document Attestation,  following documents are required to be submitted:

  • Original documents duly attested by the respective Chamber of Commerce under the name and designation seal of the Attesting Officer and the seal of the Chamber of Commerce;
  • One clear photocopy of all the documents;
  • One Covering Letter addressed to the Embassy/Consulate
  • Embassy’s fees per document as determined by them after checking the documents.
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