We certify true copies of documents and notarize documents such as Statutory Declaration, Affidavit, and Letter of Invitation.
What is notarization?
- To identify the party(ies)
- To keep a record of signing.
- To assist in protecting the public interest from fraud and nuisance.
After presenting two pieces of valid Government-issue Identifications, you sign the document in our presence, and we stamp it with our seal which indicates the originality and validity of the signature.
Statutory declaration and affidavit
What documents should be notarized?
- Proof of loss: for auto accidents or insurance claims.
- Travel Consent: when one parent decides to take children for a vacation not in the presence of the other parent. The requirements for this will be determined based on the travel provider and/ or the jurisdiction of the destination.
- Statutory declaration: for any particular purpose required by the statutes of Canada.
- Affidavit: to attest to the truth of a statement. It is usually used for court purposes.
- Letter of Invitation: utilized when the inviting party agrees to be responsible for the invitee in some way.
- Notarizations/Attestations of Signatures
- Execution/Authentications of International Documents
- Certified True Copies of Documents