Attestation of documents
- DESCRIPTION: An attested copy of a document is one which has been compared with the original document and then stamped to confirm that it is a faithful copy of the original.
|Who||The interested party or the authorized person on presentation of the necessary identification.|
The URV's administrative units cannot attest any other document.
1) Documents that have to be presented for an administrative procedure or activity of the URV, the URV Foundation and/or any entity linked to or dependent on the URV.
By presenting the original document and the photocopy of the original document that is to be attested.
Each page in the document must be marked with the stamp of attestation; if it is applied only to the first page, the text of the stamp must cite the number of pages (which must first be numbered and stamped) contained in the document.
2) Official documents issued by the URV, by the URV Foundation or by any entity linked to or dependent on the URV, that have to be presented at another institution.
For its administrative procedures, the URV will accept attested documents issued by:
Only one stamp of attestation will be issued per document, unless it can be convincingly demonstrated that more than one attestation is needed for the administrative procedure in question.