The Ministry of Education has set three conditions for providing the electronic service “request for equivalence of a certificate of studies for transportation classes from outside the country.” The requirements include the attestation of the mentioned certificates by the Ministry of Education, Board or Board of Education of the issuing country, and the attestation of the last academic certificate the student has passed from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country of issuance of the certificate and the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in the country of issuance or the Education and Science and Technology Attaché (formerly Cultural Attaché) of the United Arab Emirates in the country of issuance, and the certificates or quarterly statements issued during the academic year are not taken into account.
The ministry explained that the service allows the client to obtain the equivalence of study certificates for transport classes from primary second to eleventh grade issued outside the United Arab Emirates, according to the standards approved by the ministry, noting the cost of the service is 50 dirhams and the issuance process takes five business days.
And she highlighted the need to attach copies of several documents and papers, to obtain the service, which are passport (valid), Emirates ID card (valid), valid residence (for non-citizens of Gulf Cooperation Council), certificates for the last two academic years, and a legal translation (in If the language of the certificate is in a language other than Arabic or English), and additional attachments, if applicable (maximum two attachments).
The steps to apply for the service include first entering the service, registering a new account or logging in with the user account or via digital identity, entering the required data and documents, then payment of fees and review of your application, then a decision is made. made about the transaction and sent to the owner of the transaction via the email registered in his account.
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