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To have documents notarized/certified, you must take your original documents and a photocopy of each document to a Notary Public in your community. This authorized individual needs to sign on your photocopies, indicating that these copies are true representations of the original documents, print his/her name, official position, date of certification, contact details and affix his or her official stamp. The MPNP-B accepts documents certified by a Notary Public in your country.
Notary Public – (also called a Notary). This is a public official who verifies that documents are real and/or official.
Note: The MPNP-B does not accept copies of documents certified by family members and/or an applicant’s immigration representative.