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Since I have come back from German Embassy and no one else has posted an answer yet, I would try to summarize my findings in case it helps someone. So basically German Embassy needs the equivalence certificate from ZAB even if one's degree is listed as 'Entspricht' on Anabin database. This may be true for only a selected set of Embassies but for the ...


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I went to my Dutch municipality and requested a “Legitimatie Handtekening”, which is one of the standard tasks they do, on the request form. The Dutch stamp is very large compared to the space reserved for it on the form, but it was accepted without issues by the Bundesamt für Justiz and I received my eFZ.


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Gov.uk has a nice overview. In practice, you go to that person, show them both the original and the copy, they write sign it If you know, e.g, a teacher, they might simply do it for you free-of-charge. Otherwise, you can go to the post office (details here) and get it done for a fee (probably the simplest solution if you are not too sure about the process)....


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You don't have to prove experience for the expression of interest but will have to if invited to officially apply. Here's the official application booklet: https://www.immigration.govt.nz/documents/forms-and-guides/inz1105.pdf See page 10 for specific information about proving work experience.


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You really need to ask the bank who they consider an acceptable certifier. To pick an example I used within the last couple of years, the Skipton Building Society lists: Solicitor Chartered accountant Barrister Councillor (Local or County) Justice of the Peace The Post Office Local Government Officer Member of Parliament Doctor Police Officer Financial ...


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A certified copy of any document can be done by a big list of people in australia. Embassy staff are able to do this and work at the embassies for this purpose. No one will ever issue a certified copy of a document without sighting the original document. A good description is here: Smart Traveller - Documents With that said if it's a letter from an ...


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@juergend shared already in the comments a very useful link : Each state in the U.S. is responsible for the licensure of nurses within that state. Variations exist among the states. State specific licensure information is available on board of nursing websites. To ensure public protection, all boards of nursing require a candidate for licensure ...


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