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Document attestation is an essential service to authenticate your documents and certificates when moving abroad for any reason. It validates the information, signature, and stamp on your document to prove the legitimacy of your documents for official or legal purposes.
Many legal contractual matters, such as wills and deeds, allow a party to request an outside party to witness the signing of a document. That act of witness is known as attestation.
Attestation of documents such as Power of Attorney, Special Power of Attorney, and Authority Letter should be signed by the executants personally in front of the Consular Officer. The executants must have original and photocopies of their passport, CNIC/NICOP or Smart Card.
Preparing document for attestation may require having the document notarized, having a certified true copy made, having a certified translation done, or providing additional supporting documents. The second step in the Canadian attestation process is to authenticate your document with Global Affairs Canada.
What is Signature Witnessing? A signature witnessing is an official notarial act, though not allowed in all states. To perform a signature witnessing, the Notary must have the signer personally appear and provide satisfactory proof of identity. The signer must then sign the document in the Notary's presence.
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Attest means to testify or confirm that something is true, genuine, or authentic.
Attestation is a kind of testimony or confirmation. It is customary to sign a deed, make a will or sign other written documents in the presence of a witness who also signs the document to attest to its contents and the authenticity of the party's signature.
: to show, prove, or state that something is true or real \u2014usually used with to I can attest to the truth of his statement.
Attest means to testify or confirm that something is true, genuine, or authentic.
It is mandatory for signatures that have changed due to marriage, or because the individual attained adulthood, to be attested by bankers. Bank officials will seek proof of identity and supporting documents, and will then attest the signature by affixing the official seal to validate it.

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