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We are currently in Perth and need to get someone to certify our birth certificates and passport - 'Certified copies' have been authorised (or stamped) as being true copies of originals, by a person or agency recognised by the law of the country in which you live.

Is this those people listed on the "Oaths, Affidavits and Statutory Declarations Act 2005"? - Doctors, Dentists, Teachers etc. Although I know it does include Migration Agents.

 

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Guest hels

Go to a chemist and get the pharmist to do it, ive got heaps of my stuff cert that way, its free and quick :)

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Just send color scanned copies. They will do the job.


IELTS 13/10/12: L7.5, R7, W7, S8 - External Auditor CPA 22/02/2013, Positive 05/03/12: NSW SS applied 07/03/13, Granted 27/05/13: Visa Application 18/06/13: Case Officer 24 July 2013: Form-80 & additional dox 26 July 2013: Medicals & PCCs uploaded 20 August 2013: VAC2 15 October 2013: VISA Granted 16 October 2013

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