(Spouse Visa) 6 months of bank statements not signed

Hi,


I just went to my bank (Lloyds) to get my 6 months of bank statements printed for my husband's visa application. They said that they don't do stamps anymore, but that it says on the statement pages it was printed in branch. So I think this will be sufficient? 
But I'm wondering whether I should have still got the pages signed while I was there? 

Thank you in advance 

Hi,


I just went to my bank (Lloyds) to get my 6 months of bank statements printed for my husband's visa application. They said that they don't do stamps anymore, but that it says on the statement pages it was printed in branch. So I think this will be sufficient? 
But I'm wondering whether I should have still got the pages signed while I was there? 

Thank you in advance 
- @Marcrosan

You will be fine with just the bank statements. 
As SimCityAt has confirmed - It is correct - bank statements issued at any branch do not need any signature or branch stamp to confirm the validity/authenticity. It is normal procedure now.  I haver used a one page bank document (with information required) showing my address & bank's address only 3 days ago & it was accepted with no issues.  Regards
Thank you both very much for your helpful replies! 
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