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Am currently completing my ITA and gathering the required documents to send off. As I'm reluctant to forward originals (including my passport), I understand that photocopies will suffice but must be endorsed by a JP or equivalent.
Now, this may seem like a daft question, but WHERE exactly does the endorsement have to go? Is it on the front of the photocopy, the back, or on a separate sheet altogether? I can't seem to find the information on the official NZ site.
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Whoever you give them to for the certification will know exactly where they have to put the stamp and their signature. We used a solicitor and all ours were stamped on the front in either the upper right hand corner or lower right hand corner. Don't suppose it matters so long as it's on the front of the document and not hiding anything important - e.g. your picture or address etc.
 
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