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Need advice for notarised translation documents for PR

Postby Amara » Tue, 25 Jul 2017 7:18 am

Hi,

I found "CA accepts translation done by the Embassy of the document-issuing country or a local Notary Public" and was confused.

Local means notarised service from Singapore? Notarization done in my country is acceptable?

Is there any validity period since my documents were notarised last 3 years?

Appreciate!

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Re: Need advice for notarised translation documents for PR

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 25 Jul 2017 3:50 pm

Notarized by the Embassy of the document-issuing country. If it's a document issued in Paris, then it has to be notarized by the French Embassy OR it can be done by a local Notary Public (here in Singapore) it cannot be notarized by the Australian Embassy or the US Embassy. It cannot be notarized by a "Local Notary Public in France or in any other country unless it done by a French Embassy in those countryies).

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Re: Need advice for notarised translation documents for PR

Postby Amara » Tue, 25 Jul 2017 4:06 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:Notarized by the Embassy of the document-issuing country. If it's a document issued in Paris, then it has to be notarized by the French Embassy OR it can be done by a local Notary Public (here in Singapore) it cannot be notarized by the Australian Embassy or the US Embassy. It cannot be notarized by a "Local Notary Public in France or in any other country unless it done by a French Embassy in those countryies).


Thanks a lot!

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Re: Need advice for notarised translation documents for PR

Postby martincymru » Wed, 26 Jul 2017 9:01 am

What's the difference between "Notarised" and "Legalized" and who normally executes?


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