An internal certificate attests to an ongoing or completed administrative procedure. It is equivalent to the Catalan diligència, informally known as a faig constar.


1. Date

Write the date in the top right-hand corner of the page rather than at the bottom. Omit the place name that typically appears in certificates in Catalan.

2. Generic salutation

The final recipient of an internal certificate is not generally known, so the text begins with the generic salutation To whom it may concern, which should be left-justified and followed by a comma.

3. Body

In the body, state the information that is being attested to. This section is justified.

4. Signature

Include the signature of the person issuing the document and left-justify it.

5. Signatory’s name and position

Give this information on two separate lines, with no punctuation at the end of either line. Left-justify this text.



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