Who can certify a document and how do they do it?05 December 2014
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Copies of documents can be certified by one of the following people:
- doctors / dentists;
- ministers of religion;
- social workers;
- credit union employees;
- Post Office official (through the post office’s certification service);
- bank / building society employees;
- barristers / solicitors / paralegals;
- financial advisers;
- justice of the peace;
- Member of Parliament;
- serving police officer.
The person certifying your document should write the following on the copy document:
- their name in block capitals;
- the name of the company they work for and their occupation;
- the statement 'I certify this to be a true likeness of the original'; and
- their signature and date.