Death certificate attestation, a category of non educational certificate attestation. An attestation is a verification process which will issued by a mandatory authority of the destination country, they issue an attestation with their official seal or signature which attach on to the document. The death certificate is an official document issued by a qualified doctor to legally confirm a person’s death and which contains all information regarding the death such as when and how the death happened. Death certificate contains all information regarding the died person person like the name of the person, date of birth, date of death, place where the death happened, the reason for death, verification sign by the doctor, etc.
Required documents for attesting a Death certificate
Attestation of death certificate have many purposes in the destination country like for financial purposes, for visa purposes and also for other personal needs. For example, a person has a property in a foreign country, after the death of that person his son wants to sell that property, for that he has to submit an attested death certificate of his father, issued by the embassy of that particular foreign country situated in your home country.
The main purposes of death certificate is for financial needs. Death certificate attestation is necessary need for some foreign needs. Death certificate attestation issued mainly for acquiring some needs without the presence of that particular dead person. Death certificate attestation is demanded by the foreign country to ensure that the mentioned person in the certificate is died. In simple words, death certificate attestation is a clarification process in which a designated authority in the embassy will elucidate that the certificate is original. Death certificate attestation is done by the relatives or family members of died person to satisfy their needs. In common it is an act of confirmation.