FOREIGN & COMMONWEALTH OFFICE

Legalisation Office Norfolk House 437 Silbury Boulevard Milton Keynes MK9 2AH Tel: 01908 295111 Fax: 01908 295122

CUSTOMER COVER LETTER Cover letter:

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First Name: TURKI Surname: HABEEBULLAH Date: 22.09.2009 Telephone Number (Inc country/area code (we cannot dial international numbers)): 01603744367 Fax Number(if you have one): Mobile Number: 07800577339 Email address: t_habeebullah@yahoo.com Address: 19 MAVISH CLOSE NORWICH NORFOLK ENGLAND Postcode: NR5 9PJ

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Please explain briefly what you would like us to do: I would like to legalise my daughter's certificate of birth. Her name is Juairiah. The original certificate is enclosed.

Checklist - Have you included: Number of documents to legalise: 1 Amount paid: £34 (£28 per document plus one payment of £6 for the document(s) to be returned by special delivery.) Payment: Postal order

Your document checklist: General registry office/National Identification Service/ Police fingerprints/Medical reports.  Must be originals  Is legalised by the original signature on the document. eg medical reports will be legalised on the doctors signature who signed the report.  Do not require a solicitors signature Court documents.  Original documents can be legalised if they bear an original seal(usually in the top right corner)  Photocopies can be legalised if signed by a solicitor or Notary Public UK accredited Educational Certificates/Educational documents  Originals or photocopies can be legalised  Both must be signed by a solicitor or Notary public Change of Name Deed Poll/Powers of Attorney/wills/ declarations and Notarial Acts  Originals or photocopies can be legalised  Both must be signed by a solicitor or Notary public Passports  Must be photocopies  Must be signed by a solicitor or Notary Public Foreign Documents  Original foreign documents can be legalised if they have a notarial cover sheet  Photocopies of foreign documents can be legalised if they are signed by a solicitor or Notary public Documents from Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man  Must be legalised by the local administration of the country of origin Signatures  Must be an original signature not a photocopy  Must not be signed in a company signature  Must also include the solicitors company, address and printed name Companies House  Originals can be legalised if signed by a companies house official  Photocopies can be legalised if signed by a solicitor or Notary Public

Walaikum Asalam Warahmatu Allah Wabarakatu Kul Am Wantum Bekhair I hope every thing is going well with you and your family. I will explain to Ateahaatellah every thing that you haave mentioned and help him to understand how can he deals with bills. Enjoy with Eid in Palestine and pass Salam to all your families and relatives. See you Insha'Allah in saudi Arabia soon. Turki

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