Guest lensgirl

who can certify?

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    Guest lensgirl

    Hi

     

    what types of people can certify copies? Can an MD sign or does it need to be a legal person?

     

    many thanks

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    Guest Django

    Is this for the visa or skill assessment? Are you doing it online?

     

    Pete

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    Guest lensgirl

    At the moment we havent applied yet, so its for the VETASSESS and we would be doing everything online if possible

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    Guest Django

    Here is a quote from the vet assess websites FAQs

     

    12. Who can CERTIFY MY DOCUMENTS?

    Anyone authorised to certify documents, such as (in Australia), Justices of the Peace, barristers or solicitors, police officers, Members of Parliament, dentists and pharmacists.

     

    The way I read it anyone that can sign photos for passports etc is able to do it for you.

     

    Pete

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    Hi there have a look on www.dimia.gov.au website as there is a list of people who can certify. I know some of our stuff was certified by one of the doctors at work and then stamped with the hospital stamp - we got our visa so there wasn't any problems!

     

    Good Luck

     

    Lindsey

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    Guest cornish Busdriver

    Hiya.

    We got everything photocopied (2 copys) that our agent told us that we would need validating.

    Booked in with the local courts, paid £7 and got it all done in one hit.

    I would say this is the best and most offical way to get it done.

    Matt & mandy

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    Guest Django

    Make yourself an appointment with your local JP. We did this for our skill assessment and it didn't cost us anything.

     

    Pete

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    Guest cornish Busdriver

    We phoned our local magistrate courts and ask them to certify our paperwork.

    In plymouth this is done on Tuesdays.

    You can get them to certify as much as you like in one hit.

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