Certify Evidence Tuition Fee Loan ApplicationWatch
I'm about to fill my Eu students application form for tuition fee loan. I need to send a bunch of documents as evidence to prove the temporary nature of my stay outside EU.
I have read that every piece of evidence must be certified by a person of good standing (in Italy, we don't have anything similar, that's why it sounds so unfamiliar and weird to me ahahaha). Is that true? For example, I want to send the copy of my passport visa (I don't want to send the original one, my passport is always with me, like a treasure), should I certify it and by whom?
The same for my bank statements, for example?
I also got a letter sent by email from my ex-employer in Peru; and it's obviously impossible to obtain the original stamp and signature...they were just scanned. Seems soooo complicated...any advice would be appreciated!!! Many Thanksssss
But, since I have like 6-7 documents of different nature to certify (passport visa, bank statement, emplyer letter, ecc), could a police officer, do it for all of them? Or should I look for other people that have something to do with the specific type of each document?