Would you please give feed back on what educational docs to be sent to CHC
1) Either Original degrees or notarized copies of the degrees?
You can send original but notarized is also acceptable
2) What about Transcripts in university sealed envelopes? can we get it here in Pakistan?
Some Universities do provide them here in Pak, i asked the Registrar of my university and they have no problem in doing so, if you cannot do so then provide an explanation for it.
3) Shall we have to send Metric and FA certificates and transcripts as well? Soem one wrote here that we need to send just the post secondary educaional docs. While in the Background dec i think everyone has mentioned Metric ad Inter and the guide says we need to rovide supporting docs for al the things claimed. Then how come we dont send Metric and FA
London office requires Post-secondary education documents only, but for your personal satisfaction there is no harm in providing notarized copies of Matric & Inter.
For you and your spouse or common-law partner:
•Post-secondary education documents: vocational or technical certificates or diplomas;
•College or university documents: certification of completion and the graduation degree, diploma, or certificate issued by the college or university and the evaluation committee;
•Transcripts: original transcripts of all degrees must be submitted in university-sealed envelopes.
•Professional qualifications certificates: notarized professional qualifications certificates should be submitted if available. (e.g., Engineer, Computer Programmer, Accountant, Economist, Translator/Interpreter, Architect etc.)
Dear MS Mirza and others
Well appreciate your response.
I have been to Punjab University a couple of days ago and happened to discuss a clerick from the concerned department.
This is what he explained
According to him one has to first apply for Degree Verification
After verifying the degree the university issues a letter
Then take that letter to the registrar alongwith photocopies of the transcripts and he shall sign and attest these and thsi is WHAT IS CALLED Transcripts in university sealed envelop.
On inquiring he said no there is no such thing as duplicate transcripts and the registrar would not attest the original transcripts that you already have as if he does so they shall become bogus.
God knows what is right i am just sharing what happened on my end.
Better approach i think is to send the original transcripts+notarized copies of the degrees
Open to opinions