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ARRANGING DOCUMENTS

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I know and heard have been said about how we dress to interviews just so to give the CO positive impressions at first sight, command respect etc. But i don't know about arranging documents.

 

To those of you who have already attended interviews and those preparing, how did you or are you arranging your documents? is it OK to perforate the photocopies of the documents in a file for the CO? Or i you just keep the original and photocopy in separate envelopes. 

 

I once read you can't laminate them, but what about perforating and getting them nicely arranged in a flat file?

 

Any ideas?

 

 

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8 hours ago, Paa Qwesi said:

I know and heard have been said about how we dress to interviews just so to give the CO positive impressions at first sight, command respect etc. But i don't know about arranging documents.

 

To those of you who have already attended interviews and those preparing, how did you or are you arranging your documents? is it OK to perforate the photocopies of the documents in a file for the CO? Or i you just keep the original and photocopy in separate envelopes. 

 

I once read you can't laminate them, but what about perforating and getting them nicely arranged in a flat file?

 

Any ideas?

 

 

I put mine in  the clear bags and labeled them at the back of each clear bag . Seperated originals from photocopies . Had abt 10 clear bags and put sets of documents in each e.g. Civil documents, educational certs, financial documents, employment documents and etc 

All originals and photocopies separated. But they made me removed the documents they wanted from the bags and handed over to them but because I had labeled them it was easy to identify and give it to them when they asked . 

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