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i would like to know i did translate my nikah nama with notarized and true translation..... want to know if i need the all signatures of witnesss and also the signature from that person who solemnized our marriage?? or Not????

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i would like to know i did translate my nikah nama with notarized and true translation..... want to know if i need the all signatures of witnesss and also the signature from that person who solemnized our marriage?? or Not????

Thanks...

Not at all. All u need is to get notarize ur nikah and send that notarized copy together with a colour copy of orignal nikah nama thats it

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So you mean i dont need the signature of Qazi and all the witnesses?

all i need to do a copy of nikah nama notarized ....

thats it

what about i got Notarized English Translation of NIKAH NAMA??

Is dat right???? and where to obtain a certified copy of birth certiificate

is it mean the same copy of BC with Attested from Notary Public???


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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So you mean i dont need the signature of Qazi and all the witnesses?

all i need to do a copy of nikah nama notarized ....

thats it

what about i got Notarized English Translation of NIKAH NAMA??

Is dat right???? and where to obtain a certified copy of birth certiificate

is it mean the same copy of BC with Attested from Notary Public???

Yes you need to have signs and stamp from Qazi,


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