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All Recruitment Agreement has to be submitted in MOFA for attestation after a prior attestation from B.M.E.T.

 

 

A Birth Certificate has to be collected from the office of Local Chairman or Ward Counsellor. Then it has to be submitted in MOFA for attestation after a prior attestation from Notary Public.

Educational Certificate given by Government Educational Board/ University needs to have verification and attestation by the Registrar of that Board/University and attestation by M/O Education before sending it to Ministry of Foreign Affairs for attestation.

All Insurance and Commercial Document/Export-Import Document has to be submitted in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for attestation after a prior attestation from the Ministry of Commerce, local Chamber of Commerce, By Registrar (if appropriate), and Joint Stock Company or by concerned Insurance office.

The copy of Marriage Certificate has to be collected from the office of Marriage Registrar and then has to be submitted in MOFA with a prior attestation from Notary Public and Law Ministry.

Unmarried Certificate has to be submitted in the Foreign Ministry after collecting it from the office of Deputy Commissioner (DC) and with a prior attestation from Notary Public.

Power of Attorney sent from abroad needs to be attested by the Embassy of Bangladesh in that country and then needs to be submitted along with two sets of photocopies for attestation.

After the Police clearance certificate has been counter-signed (with named seal) by the officer in charge of the police station, it needs to be sent by the Home Ministry or concerned Superintendent of Police (SP) or appropriate authority through a forwarding letter to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for consular attestation.

1) Bringing back the dead bodies: If any Bangladesh national dies abroad, the dead body is brought back into Bangladesh or buried locally according to the will of the legal guardians/relatives of the deceased.