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What is photocopy certification? do I need one?

Published Jul 20,2009 By GCforPhD

A photocopy certification is a notarized document signed by you before a notary. The document generally says that “Copies of documents submitted are exact photocopies of unaltered original documents, and I understand that it may be required to submit original documents to an immigration or consular officer at a later date.”

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