Getting certified documents

This is a list of authorised certifiers around the world (this list is incomplete, if your country is not mentioned please get in touch). 

 

Country Website Comments

 

Australia

http://jp.agd.sa.gov.au/JPPublicWeb/generalSearch.do

 

To verify a JP's details you can email jp(at)justice.qld.gov.au with a copy of the certified document (blank out any sensitive information) to ask for contact details. 

Justice of the Peace
China http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_Notary_Office_of_People%27s_Republic_of_China (english)

Public Notary Office (公

证处)

The public notary can provide certified documents and an english translation. We need to know which office they use so we can contact them to verify.

India If a person's name is published in the Gazette, he/she is called Gazetted. Many are honorary Justices of the Peace and have the same standing as some of the Magistrates. Such officers, among other functions, have the power to verify the documents for academic, immigration and other purposes.  
 Indonesia http://www.ikatannotarisindonesia.or.id/notaris/ Documents must be notarised first then they must go to the Ministry of Foriegn Affairs 
Malaysia Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Authentication of documents see Notary services and presented to us in English.   
Pakistan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs
| http://www.mofa.gov.pk/content.php?pageID=telephonedir 
Must go to local Ministry of Foriegn Affairs to have documents notorised. We then contact the Pakistan consulate in Wellington to confirm notorisation is authorised
Ukraine http://mfa.gov.ua/en/consular-affairs/consultation/apostily We will only accept Apostilled documents from Ministry of Foriegn Affairs in Ukraine. 
United Kingdom  http://www.thenotariessociety.org.uk/  UK Notary

 

 

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