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Declaration of Financial Capacity for SA


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Old 02-13-2010, 10:09 AM
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Declaration of Financial Capacity for SA

Hello,
I've contacted a local lawyer in Egypt to witness the Declaration of Financial Capacity as per the South Australia rules for State nomination. He said the fees will be 500 L.E, which is about 102 Australian Dollars. Do you think this is a suitable fees or it is too much?


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Hello,
I've contacted a local lawyer in Egypt to witness the Declaration of Financial Capacity as per the South Australia rules for State nomination. He said the fees will be 500 L.E, which is about 102 Australian Dollars. Do you think this is a suitable fees or it is too much?
I have no idea what your legal fees structure is in Egypt but here in Australia you do not get much out of a lawyer for under $100, even if it is to see one very briefly.
Some may do it cheaper if you are a known client.

Here in Australia you can also get such things signed by a Bank Manager for free and if you have appropriate bank account documentation, even a senior police officer at a police station can sign that copies of documents are true copies.

Perhaps you could check with your legal systems government offices to see whether Bank Managers or others can sign such documents for you and that may be sufficient for State Nomination.

Before you go ahead with state nomination you should also be aware of the latest changes put out on Immi regulations - have a read of them in the Sticky thread at the top.





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Thanks a lot for your response. I will check with my Bank whether it is possible to certify this kind of documents.


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