Notarization, Certification, Commissioning

$15.00 + hst

 

When applying for a Canadian Passport, an applicant must have their application, passport photo, and, if applicable, copies of documents confirming their identity signed by an eligible Guarantor.

A notary public may commission a Statutory Declaration in Lieu of Guarantor only when you do not have a qualified guarantor.   If you have a qualified guarantor, then your guarantor should sign your passport application. 

  • Form PPTC 132 (Statutory Declaration in Lieu of Guarantor)

  

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