SSLC Certificate Apostille Services in Oman

SSLC Certificate Apostille is a legal process of verification issue by designated person/ authority/ departments. The secondary school leaving certificate (commonly referred to as SSLC) is a certification obtained by a student on behalf of successful completion of the 10th board exam at the end of secondary school level in India. SSLC is the first and the basic educational qualification of an Indian citizen. SSLC certificate includes all personal details like name, age, religion, address, marks that obtained, name of the school, year of study etc.. For going aborad SSLC is the required basic educational qualification. SSLC apostille is a type of educational certificate apostille in which the mandatory authority will give authentication to certificate with their official stamp or sticker attached to the document.

Required documents for applying SSLC certificate Apostille in Oman are –

  • Passport copy
  • Original SSLC certificate

SSLC certificate Apostille is a legalization process, where Apostille is issued by the destination country’s embassy or consulate, which is situated in your home country. Every country has their own mandatory authority to issue Apostille attestation. The validity of Apostille depends upon the destination country.

Some common purposes of SSLC certificate attestation are – 

  • For visa purpose
  • For employment purpose
  • For higher study purpose
  • For take school admission purpose, etc..

Through Apostille attestation the certificates will be applicable anywhere in that particular country where the certificate holder plans to go. In coming years, Apostille becomes a strict legal process for all persons who moving to abroad. Apostille attestation is forthright and sincere process, now it is widely accepted by many nations. Countries that are not part of Hague convention comes under attestation. Now the Apostille reaches its dizzy heights because of its good functions. In most Hague convention countries using certificates without Apostille attestation is legally prohibited. Countries that are not part of Hague convention comes under attestation.