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    |Good afternoon

    Is It correct to write "Sworn affidavit at to non NSIft certificate "
    ( i.e I was not given the certificate

    Thanks
    Last edited by deke; 15-Sep-2010 at 17:12. Reason: Is the statement correct?

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    Re: subject Head

    Quote Originally Posted by deke View Post
    |Good afternoon

    Is It correct to write "Sworn affidavit at to non NSIft certificate "
    ( i.e I was not given the certificate

    Thanks
    Welcome to the forum!
    What you have written above is not correct, however, it is clear from your conclusion that you were not given the certificate.
    Does your keyboard have a key for quotation marks?

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