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Re: Cuban prospective DD can't acomplish NM identification

On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 09:25:34PM +0100, Martin Meredith wrote:
> I don't know if it's just me, but I've always thought that something like this
> would be done as follows (and for some reason, thought that this was what the
> policy was):-
>  - Have a person registered with a legal board for the country concerned
>    notarise a copy of the persons identity, alongside relevant information
>    (Fingerprint, phone number, etc). This is then sent via post to a nominated
>    person within the debian community, who would
>     1) Check that the person who has notarised the identity is a registered
>     legal proefessional in the country concerned.
>     2) Contact that person via telephone, using the number that is registered
>     via the regulatory board, and confirm that the notarisation did in fact come
>     from them

I am not sure this would be a good idea, paying all the notary public fees can
be *very* expensive. And in some cases, it would be also necessary an aditional 
translation service which does not make it cheaper.


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