Affidavits and Statutory Declarations

During the immigration process, there may be several instances, which require the submission of a Statutory Declaration or Affidavit from the applicant. Commonly used documents, requiring a Solemn Declaration or an Affidavit are:

  • Statutory Declaration from the remaining parent of no objection to the child living in Canada
  • Statutory declaration of Common-Law Union
  • Sworn Affidavit from a translator
  • Power of Attorney
  • Sworn Affidavit explaining discrepancies in the civil status documents
  • Letter of Invitation in the form of Statutory Declaration with the undertaking of financial responsibility for a person invited

As part of the process of making representations on behalf of clients, our counsels, who are also Commissioners for Taking Affidavits, prepare above-mentioned documents and administer Oath, Affirmation or Solemn Declaration, making it convenient for the clients and eliminating the need to retain same services from other professionals, such as notaries public or lawyers.

 

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