Oman Embassy Legalization of Legal Documents

Business Legal Documents Legalization for Oman

Business Legal Documents must be notarized in the state from which the document originated.

The Arab American Chamber of Commerce will certify the documents from the D.C. Government, authenticate them from the US State Department, and legalize them from the Oman Embassy in Washington DC.


Procedure and Fees 1st Document Extra Document
D.C. Government Fee $15.00 $15.00
Embassy of Oman Legalization * $120.00 $120.00
Service fee $100.00 $50.00
The estimated charges $235.00 $185.00

* In case you have an “ Agency Agreement” ,The Legalization cost will be $180.00 per document

Commercial Documents Legalization for Oman

Starting Feburary17, 2017, Both Commercial Invoice and Certificate of Origin must be legalized by Oman embassy in WashingtonDC.


The embassy fee varies depending upon the total amount of the invoice.

Insert the C/I amount here $  

Service Requested Apostille + Embassy Legalization
Service fee for C/O & C/I $40.00
MD Apostille fee for C/O & C/I $90.00

Note: You may remove this fee if the C/O & C/I are already apostilled from your state.

US Arab Chamber Stamp $70.00
Oman embassy fee - CO $120.00
Oman Embassy Fee - CI $
Total $

Federal Documents Legalization for Oman

All FDA documents:

Document Issued by the FDA such as: Free sale Certificate, Certificate to Foreign Government, Certificate of Pharmaceutical Products, Certificate of Exportability, Non-Clinical Research Use and Specified Risk Material Certificate. The document must be original and bear the FDA Seal

Service Requested Apostille + Embassy Legalization
Service fee $40.00
Apostille fee $120.00

Note: You may remove this fee if your document is already apostilled from the U.S. Dept. of State in Washington D.C.

US Arab Chamber Stamp (Optional) $35.00
Oman embassy fee $180.00
Total $300.00

All Other Federal documents:

Documents issued by other federal agencies in the United States such as: FBI, USPTO, IRS, EPA, USDA, Homeland Security and Social Security Administration. The document must be original and bear the signature of the federal agency that issued the document.

Service Requested Apostille + Embassy Legalization
Service fee $40.00
Apostille fee $120.00

Note: You may remove this fee if your document is already apostilled from the U.S. Dept. of State in Washington D.C.

US Arab Chamber Stamp (Optional) $35.00
Oman embassy fee $120.00
Total $240.00

  Assistance

If you need further assistance you can contact the Arab American Chamber of Commerce, Certification Department at:

Toll Free: 1-888-939-ARAB or (202) 347-5800 for instant assistance

  Approximate turn around time

5 business days (does not include mailing time).




Payment

We encourage all customers to send their payment in the form of a company check or U.S. Money Order payable to: Arab American Chamber of Commerce.

We also accept Visa, Master card, and American Express credit card payments through US Arab Chamber of Commerce. (There will be an extra 5% handling fee for using a credit card)

Upon request for billing, pharmaceuticals companies that are registered with the FDA, patent and trade mark offices, and forwarding companies that have a current "G" account will receive their invoice with the certified documents.We also accept to bill our current customers whose charge of certification is under $300, as long as their account is current.

Mailing

If you are using FedEx or-UPS-, please send a self addressed airway bill for return of your document. (make sure that it has your account number or your credit card number and expiration date, and that you have signed it).If you are using regular or priority USPS mail, please include a stamped, self addressed envelope.

Arab Chamber of Commerce
Headquarter Office
1050 17th. Street. N.W. Suite 600
Washington DC - 20036
Tel: (202) 347-5800
Toll Free Tel: 1 888-939-ARAB

Arab Chamber of Commerce
1615 Bay Head Rd.
Annapolis MD, 21409
Tel: (410) 757-5544
email:

Please send your certification requests to Maryland office to expedite the legalization process