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Certified True Copies of utility bills, etc.

Might anyone know where in Geneva, one can get certified true copies made of things like utility bills, etc. to prove residence for bank accounts and such?


These are some quidelines for who can do the certification:


Certified true copy means that both you and the certifier sign on the required documents. Suitable certifiers are:

• A Director, Manager or Officer of a regulated/licensed Financial Institution based in an EU/EEA (or category 1 equivalent) country.


• A Director, Manager or Officer of a Bank in an EU/EEA (or category 1 equivalent) country.


• A Lawyer, an Advocate, Solicitor or Barrister who is a member of a recognised professional body.


• An Officer of an Embassy, Consulate or High Commission.


• An Accountant who is a member of a recognised professional body.


• A Notary Public or Commissioner of Oaths who is a member of a recognised professional body.


• A Justice of the Peace who is a member of a recognised professional body.


• A member of the judiciary

The certifier’s information needs to be included in the documents.

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Might anyone know where in Geneva, one can get certified true copies made of things like utility bills, etc. to prove residence for bank accounts and such?


These are some quidelines for who can do the certification:


Certified true copy means that both you and the certifier sign on the required documents. Suitable certifiers are:

• A Director, Manager or Officer of a regulated/licensed Financial Institution based in an EU/EEA (or category 1 equivalent) country.


• A Director, Manager or Officer of a Bank in an EU/EEA (or category 1 equivalent) country.


• A Lawyer, an Advocate, Solicitor or Barrister who is a member of a recognised professional body.


• An Officer of an Embassy, Consulate or High Commission.


• An Accountant who is a member of a recognised professional body.


• A Notary Public or Commissioner of Oaths who is a member of a recognised professional body.


• A Justice of the Peace who is a member of a recognised professional body.


• A member of the judiciary

The certifier’s information needs to be included in the documents.


TheBigKahunaOct 4, 2023 @ 11:11
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