Applicant can modify/update information by signing-in the IBCC attestation profile before booking of appointment.
Please, personally visit the IBCC Islamabad office for Post Attestation Correction along with all Original documents as well as CNIC.
No, "Bonafide Student Certificates" or "To Whom It May Concern" certificates are not attested by the IBCC.
No, foreign certificates/Diploma are not attested by the IBCC. However, the IBCC determines their equivalence and equivalence letter can be attested by IBCC if requested by the applicant.
Diploma/transcripts if presented in person at IBCC Islamabad are attested in 24 hours and issued on next day (on scheduled date). However, it takes 3 working days at Regional offices of IBCC.
No, it is not necessary for the Diploma/certificate holder to come in person. He/she can get diplo-ma/certificate attested through his/her blood relations or through authorized person by giving au-thority letter to him/ her but the authority letter should be signed by the applicant himself and duly attested by class-1 Gazette Officer.
Yes, transcripts for incomplete studies signed by the Controller of Exams of the respective Board are attested, provided that is clearly mentioned on the transcript.
No, the applicants are advised to remove lamination from the diploma/transcripts and then apply for attestation.
No, Bachelor Degrees and onward higher education degrees are attested by the Higher Education Commission (HEC).
Applicant has to provide/submit the original IBCC Attestation Ticket pasted on the back side of diploma/transcript already attested by IBCC. Moreover, the revised diploma/transcript must reflect the word 'Revised' on the face of original document. The attestation case of revised diplo-ma/transcript is processed only if the diploma holder presents documents by him/her-self or through his/her real blood relation nominee.
IBCC Office Timing : Monday-Friday: 7:30 AM To 3:30 PM
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