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Hello! We are going through the Spain consulate, but this might be something that applies to many consulates, hence me asking in the general forum.

My fiance used his National ID card to order a copy of his birth certificate online. It says "electronically signed" and has signatures on it and a stamp. It also says "the authenticity of this document can be verified online using code: XXX". Will a print-out version of this suffice at the interview? My fiance had asked for a hard copy and was told that he could only get an electronic version online...not sure why haha maybe just the employee that day was feeling lazy or maybe that's true. If the electronic document is not sufficient, would he be able to print and notarize the document? The embassy asks for an "original and a copy" so unless they will take 2 copies of the electronic one, we need to figure something else out. Thanks, guys! :)

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