In order to have the Student Authority pay for the second degree that I am currently pursuing, I need to go to a lawyer/notary and declare that I never received a second degree previously. Sounds simple, huh? After explaining 3 times what I needed, the lawyer/notary said that her typist was out for the day and I’d have to come back tomorrow. As she walked me to the door I asked, â€œOk, but how much would it cost?â€
She: :::waves her hand::: Come back tomorrowâ€¦
Me: Ok, but how much will it cost?
Her: Not much.
Me: Ok, but how much is not much?
She: We shall get along.
Me: Can you just give me a price? How much?
She: Just come back tomorrow.
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Last time I got something notarized in Israel (and it was a number of years ago) it cost 160 Shekels.
As long as you get along.
Sounds like you’re in the shuk.
alli is all this going on in hebrew? or are you translating? i mean, what kind of service do u expect towards a foreign speaker, in of all places, israel?