A Notary Public is often required to notarise degree certificates and other qualifications. Here at our offices at Slough Notary Public, the Notary Public takes extra steps to check the veracity of the document by checking the same with the educational institution that issued it. It is important to use a Notary Public for these … Continue reading Notary Public and Fake degrees
I would like to wish all Notary Public clients a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! I look forward to assisting with your Notary Public requirements in 2018. I will continue to monitor Notary Public enquiries during the holiday period. It is best to drop me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will … Continue reading Wishing all Notary Public clients a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
I often get asked for sample forms for India related matters. Common ones are sponsorship declarations to sponsor visitors and change of name affidavits. I attach sample precedents here for clients to download and complete. Once completed (but not signed) you should contact me for an appointment on email@example.com or 01628 617623. To extract the … Continue reading INDIA INDIA INDIA……FORMS!!!
A NIE Number is a tax identification number used in Spain. Prior to purchasing a property, selling a property, obtaining a mortgage, starting up a business or working in Spain, it is a requirement by law that every individual possesses an NIE Number. The NIE Number is issued by the Spanish National Police and is … Continue reading NOTARY – NIE Spain
Since 1st June 2015 South Africa has tightened up its requirements for children travelling without their parents or with only 1 parent. Anyone travelling this summer should review the travel requirements to save disappointment; indeed when I have myself been at the airport checking in to go elsewhere I have seen people prevented from boarding … Continue reading SOUTH AFRICA tightens up child travel consent requirements
On 9th June 2016 the European Parliament adopted a Regulation to do away with the obligation to insist on the requirement of obtaining an Apostille for certain categories of ‘Public documents’ issued in EU Member states when a citizen of an EU country presents such ‘Public documents’ in another EU country outside of the issuing … Continue reading TO APOSTILLE OR NOT TO APOSTILLE….