Certified Document

Old Jan 9th 2005, 9:59 am
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Does anyone know of a place in the US where i can go to certify my passport?
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Old Jan 9th 2005, 3:36 pm
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"phontan" <[email protected]_expats.com> wrote in message
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    > Does anyone know of a place in the US where i can go to certify
    > my passport?
    > --
What for? I assume you are talking about US passports, right? Why do you
think it's necessary?
In a situation where you need a passport, the real one is required - not the
facsimile!
Copies of passports are only good in case when you lost the original one. It
would facilitate its replacement in a US embassy or Consulate because there
are codes in there that they can verify as to the authenthicity of issuance
to the bearer.
 
Old Jan 10th 2005, 7:53 am
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Originally Posted by Ritze
"phontan" <[email protected]_expats.com> wrote in message
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    > Does anyone know of a place in the US where i can go to certify
    > my passport?
    > --
What for? I assume you are talking about US passports, right? Why do you
think it's necessary?
In a situation where you need a passport, the real one is required - not the
facsimile!
Copies of passports are only good in case when you lost the original one. It
would facilitate its replacement in a US embassy or Consulate because there
are codes in there that they can verify as to the authenthicity of issuance
to the bearer.
I have a US passport. The Australia Embassy, which I am applying to migrate to Australia under Partner Visa, wants a certified/notarized copy of my passport.
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Old Jan 10th 2005, 1:45 pm
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"phontan" <[email protected]_expats.com> wrote in message
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    > I have a US passport. The Australia Embassy, which I am applying to
    > migrate to Australia under Partner Visa, wants a certified/notarized
    > copy of my passport.

Most banks have a notary public. You could try at your branch and they might
do it for no fee.

We have a list of notaries public at work too. Maybe if you work for a large
company, they have something similar.

Failing that, I think there may be some listed in the yellow pages, but they
will charge a fee.

Lucy
 

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