Guest susanmary38

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    Guest susanmary38

    hi peeps

    haven't been on for a while, been working on cv, references, trade certs. got all our gear together now, & are ready to send off to TRA in Canberra with $300, have found out you need to get copies of everything, have them signed by a notary.

    My question is to you guys, do you get the notary to sign every piece of paper, which would make this very expensive at £20.00 each or can you get everything in a binder, and just get them to sign the binder as a whole?

    Dave n Sue:wacko:

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    We got each individual item signed, but don't know if they would even accept a covering letter documenting everything that they have witnessed and included in the binder, which although would be at a cost, I don't think would be as expensive as getting everything signed.

     

    You can go to a justice of the peace, if you go onto your local council website it normally gives a list of people in your area and contact details, this is free of charge (what we done).

     

    Hope this helps.

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    I had to supply certified copies of a number of documents for my 457 visa application.

    I had 30 documents signed individually by a local solicitor for £30 which i thought was good value.

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    Guest dglamoore

    Your documents only have to be certified not notorised so any solicitor, JP etc can do it and every sheet must be done. We phoned around local solicitors as the magistrates court had a 3 month wait and got ours done at 50p per sheet - just as well as we had 65 :confused: We were quoted anything up to £7 per copy though!!!!!

     

    Lisa:wubclub:

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