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  • Embassy Legalisation | The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce (A-ICC)
    Consuls Accredited to Ireland Irish Embassies and Consuls for Arab Countries Irish Ministries and State Agencies Enterprise Ireland Offices in the Middle East Trade Statistics Public Holidays Members News Updates Notices News Events Publications Yemen Banner Services Export Documentation Fees Documentation Guides eCertification Embassy Legalisation Personal Documentation Translations Certificate of Conformity Visa Service Department of Foreign Affairs Trade Stamp Notarised Documents Product Registration Company Registration Libya Passport Translation Embassy legalisation In many cases documents requiring certification also require legalisation by the relevant Arab Embassy The AICC will arrange legalisation following certification of documentation when required Kuwait Qatar Sudan and the United Arab Emirates require all shipments to be legalised by their own Embassies This legalisation process is undertaken by our office Documents requiring legalisation are sent to the relevant Arab embassy and returned by courier on a daily basis All documents must be submitted before 1 00 pm as they must be checked thoroughly before forwarding to the embassy Fixed Costs AICC Certification Courier and Admin costs excludes embassy legalisation fees MEMBERS NON MEMBERS Certificate of Origin and 1 invoice 71 76 Extra invoice or other document 17 17 Copy documents 12 12 Halal certificate 29 29 Variable Costs Please

    Original URL path: http://aicc.ie/embassy_legalisation (2016-02-18)
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  • Personal Documentation | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    Trade Stamp Notarised Documents Product Registration Company Registration Libya Passport Translation Personal Documentation Personal documents legalisation service As part of the process of travelling to Middle East countries to live and work it is a requirement to have certain personal documents legalised e g Academic Degrees Marriage Certificates etc which are issued from institutions located in the Republic of Ireland The AICC works very closely with the Department of Foreign Affairs Trade and the various Arab Embassies to have all document authenticated and legalised as quickly as possible The Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce provides the following services AICC Certification and Embassy Legalisation Notarisation by a Notary Public Authentication at the Department of Foreign Affairs Trade DFAT English Arabic translation or vice versa if required Translations Local national and international courier Swift post The AICC certifies and arrange legalisation of all kinds of personal documents and certificates required in the Arab countries with the exception of Iraq and Oman as outlined on our site https personal aicc ie In order to do this you will need to have Access to a computer Access to a printer A valid email address Credit or debit card Once you specify the details of your documents on this site you then send the originals to the AICC for processing along with the covering letter which is generated from the system This process can take 10 15 working days from receipt of documents payment The AICC will return your certified documents as specified to an Irish or international address The next steps are 1 Start your order To get started logon to https personal aicc ie 2 Send your personal documents and completed forms to the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce 34 Fitzwilliam Place Dublin 2 Processing of your order will begin as soon as

    Original URL path: http://aicc.ie/content/personal-documentation (2016-02-18)
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  • Translation Services | The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce (A-ICC)
    Offices in the Middle East Trade Statistics Public Holidays Members News Updates Notices News Events Publications Yemen Banner Services Export Documentation Fees Documentation Guides eCertification Embassy Legalisation Personal Documentation Translations Certificate of Conformity Visa Service Department of Foreign Affairs Trade Stamp Notarised Documents Product Registration Company Registration Libya Passport Translation Translations Technical legal and commercial Arabic English and English Arabic translations are undertaken to a very high standard The following

    Original URL path: http://aicc.ie/translations (2016-02-18)
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  • Certificate of Conformity | The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce (A-ICC)
    Product Registration Company Registration Libya Passport Translation Certificate of Conformity A Certificate of Conformity is always needed for Iraq and often needed for Saudi Arabia and Kuwait It is required for documents presented either for certification only by AICC or for legalisation by the relevant embassy The certificate must be obtained prior to shipment Iraq Certificate of Conformity required for all shipments from 1 May 2011 See below Saudi Arabia SASO Certificate of Conformity primarily electrical electronics automotive and chemical sectors Kuwait Certificate of Conformity primarily for electrical electronics and building materials The exporter should apply directly to the relevant organisation for Iraq Saudi Arabia and Kuwait Contacts IRAQ KUWAIT SAUDI ARABIA Bureau Veritas UK Ireland Government Services International Trade Brandon House 180 Borough High Street London SE1 1LB Contact Mr Christian de Nanteuil Phone 44 207 550 8956 Email christian de nanteuil fr bureauveritas com Web www bureauveritas co uk SGS United Kingdom Contact Stephen Davies Email stephen davies at sgs com Web www uk sgs com Inspection Services Ltd Administration Building Tolka Quay Road Dublin Port Dublin 1 Tel 01 855 5585 Email operations at inspect ie Further details http iraqcomattache org i files docs New Guidlines for Exporters pdf Intertek International Ltd Contact Ms Chantelle Rowe Tel 44 1277 223 400 Please note SGS UK is no longer being used by Iraqi Ministry of Trade for Certificates of Conformity Please use Bureau Veritas above Iraq process Please contact Bureau Veritas UK Ireland directly to see if your goods require Certificate of Conformity Certificate of Conformity please check with Bureau Veritas to confirm if a Certificate of Conformity is required If it is not required the exporter should send an original signed letter of confirmation on company letterhead stating that their goods do not require a Certificate of

    Original URL path: http://aicc.ie/certificate_of_conformity (2016-02-18)
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  • Arab Business Visas | The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce (A-ICC)
    Irish Embassies and Consuls for Arab Countries Irish Ministries and State Agencies Enterprise Ireland Offices in the Middle East Trade Statistics Public Holidays Members News Updates Notices News Events Publications Yemen Banner Services Export Documentation Fees Documentation Guides eCertification Embassy Legalisation Personal Documentation Translations Certificate of Conformity Visa Service Department of Foreign Affairs Trade Stamp Notarised Documents Product Registration Company Registration Libya Passport Translation Visa Service This service is for members only The AICC can assist with obtaining single or multiple entry Arab business visas from Arab embassies in London and Dublin For certain countries visas can be obtained on arrival at airport see below For most Arab countries the following is required Passport valid for at least 6 months Letter of invitation from sponsor duly stamped by their local Chamber Passport photographs x 3 Company letter addressed to relevant embassy Visa application form completed printed in black pen For all Irish applicants to Saudi Arabia please ensure that your sponsor sends the copy of his invitation to the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Dublin If this invitation is sent to the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in London then the visa must be processed in London Countries providing

    Original URL path: http://aicc.ie/visa_service (2016-02-18)
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  • Department of Foreign Affairs stamp | The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce (A-ICC)
    Translations Certificate of Conformity Visa Service Department of Foreign Affairs Trade Stamp Notarised Documents Product Registration Company Registration Libya Passport Translation Department of Foreign Affairs Trade stamp The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade can authenticate apostille documents issued in the Republic of Ireland that are to be used in other countries All documents to be authenticated should bear an original signature seal or stamp from an Irish practising public official or organisation All documents must show an Irish connection such as an Irish address where the person swearing the document is resident in Ireland Authenticating a document simply means confirming that a signature seal or stamp appearing on the document is genuine If you intend using Irish documents overseas for business or personal reasons you may be asked to have your documents authenticated apostilled by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade You should therefore confirm with the authority to whom you are presenting the documents what their requirements are with regard to authentication legalisation The AICC can arrange for the Department of Foreign Affairs Trade DFAT stamp as required for certificates documents issued in the Republic of Ireland Certificate of Origin invoices and related documents Documentation including qualification certificates marriage birth certificates company registration power of attorney Passport translation for Libya The AICC has daily courier services to and from the Department and the process takes approximately 48 hours Costs AICC charges 25 for courier and admin services DFAT costs are as follows All the following Certificates are 10 00 per Certificate Certificate of Origin Invoice Health Certificate issued by the Department of Agriculture or HSE Certificate of Free Sale Certificate of GMP Compliance Certificate of Analysis Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product Declaration of Conformity Certificate of Conformity BSI British Standards Institute Design Examination Certificate or Quality Assurance

    Original URL path: http://aicc.ie/department_of_foreign_affairs_stamp (2016-02-18)
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  • Notarised documents | The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce (A-ICC)
    and Consuls Accredited to Ireland Irish Embassies and Consuls for Arab Countries Irish Ministries and State Agencies Enterprise Ireland Offices in the Middle East Trade Statistics Public Holidays Members News Updates Notices News Events Publications Yemen Banner Services Export Documentation Fees Documentation Guides eCertification Embassy Legalisation Personal Documentation Translations Certificate of Conformity Visa Service Department of Foreign Affairs Trade Stamp Notarised Documents Product Registration Company Registration Libya Passport Translation Notarised

    Original URL path: http://aicc.ie/notarised_documents (2016-02-18)
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  • Product Registration | The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce (A-ICC)
    Middle East Trade Statistics Public Holidays Members News Updates Notices News Events Publications Yemen Banner Services Export Documentation Fees Documentation Guides eCertification Embassy Legalisation Personal Documentation Translations Certificate of Conformity Visa Service Department of Foreign Affairs Trade Stamp Notarised Documents Product Registration Company Registration Libya Passport Translation Product Registration Some Arab countries require products to be registered with their relevant Ministries before being exported For example pharmaceutical companies require a

    Original URL path: http://aicc.ie/product_registration (2016-02-18)
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