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Old 02-12-2011, 06:25 PM
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My reply was to clarify for the writter about certification of documents and what can be used and where.
Yes i am a JP, a JP mentor.
A qld jp will certify a copy of any document from any where.
It is where the documents whether they are accepted is the point


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The points are what Immi accepts and that is clearly spelt out by them in the regulations and that the thread was about a certified copy for them.





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