Mrs or Ms Tracy I would advise you, if you really need an...

Jocelyn Jl - November 10 2016, 10:31 AM

Mrs or Ms Tracy
I would advise you, if you really need an exact and accurate answer to your question, to find a notaire in Haiti who can come with the right one for you like that you will have no doubt that you have the answer you were looking for ok, that was my opinion on your concern.

Please if you do post it for others too see ok, so long my dear!

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