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What sort of identification do I need to show?

You need to show at least one form of photographic identification (ie, a valid Australian driver license, or valid passport). In most cases, we encourage you to bring your passport as this would naturally be the identification document that you would use if you had to identify yourself in the country where you’re using your document.

If the documents to be notarised refer to any specific identification document, you must bring that identification.

Your name and identification information appearing in your identification document should be consistent with your name and identification information appearing in the documents that you require to be notarised. Although we acknowledge that there are various naming conventions that exist and are accepted in other countries, any inconsistencies can still create other complications. Regardless, we will provide confirmation of your identity according to your identification document regardless of what may be stated in the document that you need to have notarised.

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