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Old Jul 1st 2005, 10:45 am
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Default div alert - what does "certified" mean?

Hi,

For all documents you have to provide to support your application for PR, what exactly does certified mean? Do we have to take copies and then get a solicitor to see the original and copy and sign each of the copies before we send them in?

Also, some instructions seem to contradict each other. For example, send copies (not originals) of all documents apart from Police Certificates but...it asks for University transcripts in sealed University envelopes so how can I copy it?

Just asking because I don't want any delays caused by doing something simple wrong.

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Old Jul 1st 2005, 1:17 pm
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Default Re: div alert - what does "certified" mean?

Hi.

Originally Posted by chinnybloke
Hi,

For all documents you have to provide to support your application for PR, what exactly does certified mean? Do we have to take copies and then get a solicitor to see the original and copy and sign each of the copies before we send them in?

Also, some instructions seem to contradict each other. For example, send copies (not originals) of all documents apart from Police Certificates but...it asks for University transcripts in sealed University envelopes so how can I copy it?

Just asking because I don't want any delays caused by doing something simple wrong.

Cheers,
Chinnybloke
1. Certified is a copy "certified to identical to the original by a lawyer or notary.
2. You can't a sealed envelope is a sealed envelope, so you don't get to see whats there.

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