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Old Apr 21st 2009, 9:28 am   #1
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hi, does anyone know of a solicitor in tewkesbury, gloucester or cheltenham that will certify documents for a reasonable fee? I have contacted loads and they all want £5 per page for certifying and £5 for stat decs.
I have 122 pages to certify and 4 stat decs. There are quite a few posts on here from people who have had large amounts of doc's certified for a reasonable amount but I don't seem to be having much luck.
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£5 a page seems reasonable, I'm in Herts and it is £10 a page. Are you sure you need 122 pages certified though? Isn't is just certificates etc that need to be notarised.
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We just phoned our local J.P who was more than happy to certify OH documents. We live in a small village and OH does a lot of community work so I think that helped. Solicitor wanted £6 a page- rip off!
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hi, does anyone know of a solicitor in tewkesbury, gloucester or cheltenham that will certify documents for a reasonable fee? I have contacted loads and they all want £5 per page for certifying and £5 for stat decs.
I have 122 pages to certify and 4 stat decs. There are quite a few posts on here from people who have had large amounts of doc's certified for a reasonable amount but I don't seem to be having much luck.
Thanks in advance.
Only black and white docs need verified, coloured ones can be scanned and uploaded as they are! I got mine done here in Northern Ireland, didn't cost me a penny, so I bought the solicitor a bottle of Aussie Red Wine and some organic chocs! He's also offered to do an affidavit for free too!
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Old Apr 21st 2009, 7:58 pm   #5
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who is it that can certify docs for visa? there doesnt seem to be an exhaustive list anywhere?
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When I asked the same question the IMIE help desk sent me this:-
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The following people in the UK and Ireland can certify documents for Australian visas:

Australian Terminology- UK - IRELAND
Practising lawyer - Solicitor - Solicitor
Magistrate - Magistrate - N/A
Public notary - Notary Public - Notary Public
Justice of the Peace - Justice of the Peace - N/A
Commissioner of Declaration - Commissioner for Oaths - Commissioner for Oaths

Position/agency recognised by the law of country to certify documents Officer of a Court appointed by a Judge to take affidavits Peace Commissioner


Please note:
• In Scotland a Councillor may also certify documents.
• A Registered Migration Agent may certify copies of original documents for visa applications they make on behalf of clients.

I live in London and Found A couple of Solicitors that would ceritfy 10 or more docs for under £40

Best advise - Use a solicitor - shop around
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Old Apr 23rd 2009, 7:51 am   #7
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Teachers, Docters , ministers can also certyfy documents for visas
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Old Apr 23rd 2009, 9:05 am   #9
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Several people used teachers to certify documents when they went to WA in January .
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It's maybe different for each visa, my skills assessment docs could be verified by my Principal, then for my 175 it was a solicitor, maybe not as strict about other visa types, I don't know?!
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Old Apr 23rd 2009, 9:51 am   #11
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i dont know, i have had a link posted to me


http://www.iinet.net.au/legal/statdec.pdf

see note two on who can certify docs, and according to the diac website anyone who can csign a stautory declaration can certify documents for visa purposes

its the same for WACOT as well

i think it could be made a lot clearer
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