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A document issued by KSA can only be accepted in Pakistan if attested either from Riyadh Embassy or Jeddah consulate in Saudi Arabia. Here is the complete procedure.
Attestation from the MOFA
If a document is issued from a Saudi Department such as a birth certificate or marriage agreement, it needs to be stamped by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia.
Translation of Saudi Document
After attestation from MOFA, the next step is to get the document translated into the English language. There are many translators sitting in front of the Pakistan Consulate Jeddah and around the Pakistan Embassy Riyadh.
Submit birth certificate attested by MOFA along with one photocopy of birth certificate and one copy of your NIC / Passport. A fee of SAR 15 will be charged per certificate.
Now you can go to the Embassy or Consulate and wait for your turn to submit the translated documents or the originals as the case may be.
The fee for the attestation of documents from Pakistan Embassy in Riyadh or Jeddah consulate is following;
Document Original Translation
Degree or Diploma SR 8 SR 16
Metric, Inter, School Leaving Certificate SR 4 SR 6
Driving License SR 4 SR 6
Marriage Certificate from Pakistan SR 15 SR 28
Marriage Certificate from Saudi Arabia SR 41 SR 80
Passport Copy/National Identity Card Copy SR 9 SR 18
Collection of documents
After submitting the documents and payment of the fee, the officer will tell you about the expected time at which you can come back and collect the attested documents. You can come at that time and collect your documents at the specified time.