A Notarised Copy (Notarially Certified True Copy) refers to a certified reproduction of an original document. When you need to provide someone with a copy of an important document, such as a passport, identification card, or academic transcript, you may be asked to provide a Notarised Copy.
To obtain a Notarised Copy, you would take the original document to a Notary Public, like me. I will carefully compare the copy you provide with the original document to ensure it is an accurate and complete reproduction. Once verified, I will certify it as a Notarised Copy by adding my official seal, signature, and any required notarial markings.
Having a Notarised Copy adds credibility and assurance that the copy is a faithful representation of the original document. It can be useful when you need to submit copies for legal, official, or administrative purposes, as it provides a recognised level of authentication.