Different types of Documents which should be Laminated
November 2021 I Large Format Lamination I Technical Prints
Lamination is the process of sealing documents between sheets of plastic which is then passed through the heat to complete the process. This process is appropriate for short-term value materials. But if the material is of intrinsic value it should not be laminated.
Lamination causes destruction in that it chemically reacts with the documents and destroys their value. Document with embossed security seals and stamps should not be laminated. Laminated documents are usually rejected by many institutions due to the prevalence of forged and counterfeit documents being laminated for a cover-up.
Documents that should not be Laminated include:
- Birth certificates
- School/College certificates
- Death Certificates
- Marriage certificates
- Identity cards
- Title deeds
- Survey maps
- Deed plans
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