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Hi all

I have had no luck trying to find a clear answer between whether I should go to a public notary here in Singapore to certify documents or whether I only have to upload to immi account and colour scan original documents, passport, birth cert, etc without them being certified?

Please respond with some good answers of what some of you have done in the past.

Thank you so much
 

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The DIBP website has even been recently updated to reflect this. Online applications do not require certified copies; only clear color scans. The only documents that require certification are the ones that say it (i.e., F888s).
 

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In case you don't believe me:

"PREPARING DOCUMENTS FOR ONLINE APPLICATIONS

- Your documents do not have to be certified."

Read for yourself: https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa...grant)-visa-(subclass-100)-document-checklist

-Scroll down to section 1, "Gather Documents".
- click the "If you're applying online" link under "Prepare your documents".
-Read. And click more links within there to learn more about uploads.
 

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In case you don't believe me:

"PREPARING DOCUMENTS FOR ONLINE APPLICATIONS

- Your documents do not have to be certified."

Read for yourself: https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa...grant)-visa-(subclass-100)-document-checklist

-Scroll down to section 1, "Gather Documents".
- click the "If you're applying online" link under "Prepare your documents".
-Read. And click more links within there to learn more about uploads.
With the number of people asking if documents need to be certified, I think it would be an excellent idea to have this as a pinned thread.
 
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