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What are all the documents you need to send that makes "1 set Photocopy of all the civil documents"

1. Beneficiary's birth-certificate

2. Passport office Police clearance certificate

3. Local police station Police clearance certificate

4. Marriage Certificate

Anything else?

Can we send just the plain photocopy or we need to get the photocopy notarized before sending it?

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HI there,I'm not sure at what step in the process you are,but when we had to send in those documents to the NVC,they all had to be originals not photocopies with the exception of my husband's passport.

At NVC, it's suggested to include a set of photocopies in addition to the mandatory original/certified copies of certificates, that's what the OP is referring to.

What are all the documents you need to send that makes "1 set Photocopy of all the civil documents"

1. Beneficiary's birth-certificate

2. Passport office Police clearance certificate

3. Local police station Police clearance certificate

4. Marriage Certificate

Anything else?

Can we send just the plain photocopy or we need to get the photocopy notarized before sending it?

Yes, those are all the documents you need to include a photocopy of. No need to get it notarized before sending it. The photocopy is simply for their records after looking at the original/certified copy.

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At NVC, it's suggested to include a set of photocopies in addition to the mandatory original/certified copies of certificates, that's what the OP is referring to.

Yes, those are all the documents you need to include a photocopy of. No need to get it notarized before sending it. The photocopy is simply for their records after looking at the original/certified copy.

Thanks Saylin

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