Can Id be certified at post office?
Bring into the Post Office® your original identity documents and a clear and legible photocopy of each of the original documents you would like to have certified. The Post Office will only verify that the copy is an exact match of the original document produced at the time of certification.
Where can I get a UK ID certified?
Certify a document as a true copy of the original by getting it signed and dated by a professional person, like a solicitor….You could ask the following if they offer this service:
- bank or building society official.
- minister of religion.
- chartered accountant.
- solicitor or notary.
- teacher or lecturer.
Who can certify documents?
Who can certify my documents?
- An accountant (member of a recognised professional accounting body or a Registered Tax Agent).
- A person listed on the roll of the Supreme Court of a State or Territory or the High Court of Australia as a legal practitioner.
- A barrister, solicitor or patent attorney.
- A police officer.
What ID can I use if I don’t have a passport or driving Licence UK?
You can use a UK birth, adoption or naturalisation certificate, but you must send it with one of the following: National Insurance card, or a letter from the Department for Work and Pensions or HM Revenue and Customs showing your National Insurance number – find your National Insurance number if you’ve lost it.
Can you get a photo ID at the Post Office UK?
The new Post Office PASS card, issued by CitizenCard, is an affordable alternative way to prove your age. It’s just £15 and accepted as an official form of ID throughout the UK. Use your Post Office PASS card to prove you’re under 16 or over 16, 17 or 18.
How do I certify?
To certify a document simply take a photocopied copy and the original and ask the person to certify the copy by:
- Writing ‘Certified to be a true copy of the original seen by me’ on the document.
- Signing and dating it.
- Printing their name under the signature.
- Adding their occupation, address and telephone number.
How do I certify a copy?
- Make a copy of the original document.
- Take the original document and your copy to the certifier.
- They will check your copy is the same as the original.
- On a single-page document, the certifier must write or stamp, ‘This is a certified true copy of the original as sighted by me’
How do I prove my identity without a passport?
If you have no photo ID, a copy of your original Birth Certificate or National Insurance Card will be accepted provided it is accompanied by a passport sized photo that is countersigned on the back by someone who can confirm your identity.