Who Can Certify Copies of Original Documents?

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A certified copy is a copy of a document, certified to be a true copy by a person authorised by legislation to do so like a court clerk, solicitor or notary public. In the United Kingdom , identity documents can also be certified by authorised Post Office staff.
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CIC requires all applicants requesting permanent residency in Canada without their family to submit a notarized copy of a declaration confirming that they plan to immigrate alone.
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The bank or a lawyer.
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Cole County Court House, 301 E High St.
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Effective August 1, 2013 certifications can only be authorized by the following: a physician, podiatrist, chiropractic physician, physician assistant or nurse practitioner licensed
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