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Old 07-11-2009, 08:19 AM
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I'd like to know the range of fees for stuff like certifying a document and making a statutory declaration by an immigration solicitor.


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Old 07-11-2009, 10:49 AM
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Maybe someone from Egypt might be about if you want to know costs there.

Here in Australia you do not need to go to a solicitor for certifying document copies or statutory declarations.

If you have an original document and you want a copy certified, you can take that to a Justice of Peace or Commissioner of Affidavits and the service for witnessing the original and/or your Statutory Declaration and then they putting a stamp on and signing is free.

Many Post Masters, Bank Managers etc. have qualified/are appointed to do that or usually a Police Station will have a senior officer able to do it also.

If you need a document translated into English, that is something else for you need to get a qualified and registered translator to do it, then you take original, translation and copies to someone for certifying.

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