Certified True Copy
Certified True Copies
A certified true copy of a document is a copy of the original document that has been verified as being an accurate and true representation of the original by a person authorized to do so, such as a notary public or a government official. This person will typically stamp or sign the copy to indicate that it is a certified true copy. The process of certification is used to establish the authenticity of the copy and to prevent fraud or deception.
Who needs certified copies of documents?
Certified true copies of documents are often required by government agencies, educational institutions, and other organizations to prove the authenticity of certain documents. Some examples of situations where a certified true copy may be required include:
Applying for a passport or visa
Enrolling in a school or university
Applying for a job, particularly one that requires a security clearance
Registering a business or opening a bank account
Obtaining a driver's license or other government-issued ID
Applying for a loan or mortgage
Applying for government benefits or services
In legal proceedings, it may be required as an evidence in court.
It is important to note that specific requirements for certified true copies can vary depending on the organization or government agency requesting them, and it is best to check with the specific organization for their specific requirements.
Permit Foreign Work Visas
Student Study Permit
Criminal Background Clearance Certificate/Letters
Photo ID/ Permanent Resident Card
Membership Cards/Utility bills
Will and Las testament