Birth/Wedding Certificates

Old Jan 9th 2009, 1:06 am
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I have had copies of these done a few years back for something different. I went over to the loal authority registery office and waited while they printed and signed copies off for me. I think they cost £12 each at the time.

Can these be submitted as they are, or have they got to be notarised and signed by a notary public with what the guide says ?

Any views or help as usual will be greatly accepted.

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Old Jan 9th 2009, 1:25 am
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I have had copies of these done a few years back for something different. I went over to the loal authority registery office and waited while they printed and signed copies off for me. I think they cost £12 each at the time.

Can these be submitted as they are, or have they got to be notarised and signed by a notary public with what the guide says ?

Any views or help as usual will be greatly accepted.

JET
What kind of application are you making? I have done a spousal sponsorship family class application. The requirements for this type of application are for photocopies only (no need to send original documents or even notarised copies).

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It is a FSW Category 1.

My application just this second got sent--so regardless of what happens in future I just want to keep on getting all the information I need just in case they give me the green light to submit everything to London.

This way I can be in position to send everything without delaying tha application a month or two.

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