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Does anyone know much about these?
if so could they PLEASE explain
when you get someone who knows you to sign your picture to say that's you?
one of your lecturers or doctor or someone like that would be fine...
but not someone who is a friend or relative.
or perhaps a vicar.
I know it's also supposed to be someone who has known the person for a certain period of time.
My friend (for this is concerning him) moved from Yorkshire about 4 years ago.
He doesn't know anyone official/professional who has known him for the required period.
Otherwise you just lie...
they don't check. (assuming he's not a criminal and has a british sounding name.....)
Has he not been registered with a doctor that long?
that the doctor doesn't know him well enough.
I am trying to convince him that he is exagerrating the difficulty involved.
I think if he has a doctor, then the doctor can do it. Although I'm not sure how you go about making an appointment for this kind of shit.
My parents do them for people all the time as teachers. They should start charging.
But seriously, does your friend not have a neighbour or something who has a "professional" job?
but you know doctors don't earn enough money already
if not Doctors will do.
How much will they charge?
I think you can pay solicitors to sign these sort of things for you....
I got my old tutor from school to sign mine.
who knows you but isn't a friend. Sod that - How many professional acquaintances do
they expect people to have?
Surely you don't need another already? How did you get that one?
my dad does this for people, but thats about it.
A form teacher did it
anyone could fucking sign it. they'd never know.
My girlfriend signed my drivers license.
im glad i work with accountants.
"oh.. john's got his calculator out.. must be serious"
"he looks like he's concentrating"
hey look.. i can write BOOBIES!!
my wit just isnt appreciated sometimes...
Apparently I'm a professional.
To sign it.
my neighbour to do it