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Solicitor?Are they enough

Old Oct 15th 2002, 4:47 pm
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Can anyone tell me Is a solicitor qualified to certify documents to send to the trade assessment unit?

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Old Oct 15th 2002, 5:30 pm
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Originally posted by footie chick:
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Can anyone tell me Is a solicitor qualified to certify documents to send to the trade assessment unit?

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Our solicitor certified all Our documents to send to Trades assessment along with all our birth certificates , marriage certificate,copies of passport pages etc.
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Old Oct 15th 2002, 6:12 pm
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Originally posted by footie chick:
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Can anyone tell me Is a solicitor qualified to certify documents to send to the trade assessment unit?

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Hi Footie Chick,

I used a solicitor for TRA and IEngA. Both were fine.

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Old Oct 15th 2002, 7:28 pm
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Originally posted by footie chick:
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Can anyone tell me Is a solicitor qualified to certify documents to send to the trade assessment unit?

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Iv just sent mine off to the TRA and yes i got my solicitor to certify my docs and also a statutory declaration. When i rang up for prices i was quoted £5 for the stat dec, and £2 per document... thought it was gonna cost me nearly £70 as i had quite a few docs, but as it happened I stamped them all he signed them and charged me just £20. I did tell him i could be back with more in a month when i got the results back from the TRA.
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Old Oct 15th 2002, 10:58 pm
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I should think you would be hard pressed to find anyone more qualified
than a solicitor.

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