Proof of Life Certificates
If you receive a pension from an overseas organisation, the organisation is likely to ask you to provide proof that you are alive - usually on an annual basis.
The overseas organisation will usually provide you with their standard form and ask that this form is signed by a notary public in England who will testify to the fact that you are actually alive. This is commonly referred to as a Proof of Live Certificate, Certificate of Existence, Letter of Existence or Life Certificate
This is of course a measure taken by overseas organisations to ensure that families do not continue to claim pensions after the pensioner has died. So although it may sound a strange request, it is an important part of pension providers fraud prevention process.
Helping clients prove that they are alive for the purpose of an foreign pensions is something that a notary is commonly asked to do and I will be happy to assist you with this. If you require a notary in Cheshire or North Wales to provide proof that you are alive, please feel free to contact me and I will be happy to help.
In order to notarise the proof of life/ proof of living document I must be able to verify your identity. I will therefore need to meet you in person and will also need to see original identification documentation.
Please contact me on 01244 470339 or at email@example.com and will be happy to provide you with a quote and arrange an appointment.
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