A Statutory Declaration of Marital Status is a crucial legal document that certifies an individual’s relationship status. It is typically used when a person intends to get married or enter into a civil partnership in a foreign country. All-Canada Notary can draft your statutory declaration of marital status and notarize it at an affordable fee providing the same day service.
Who needs to provide a Statutory Declaration of Single Status?
Individuals who are Canadian citizens or residents planning to marry abroad may be required to provide a statutory declaration of single status. The Statutory Declaration of Single Status serves as evidence that the person is not married or in a registered partnership at the time of application for marriage or civil partnership. The specific requirements can vary depending on the country where the marriage will take place, so it’s essential to check with the appropriate authorities or consulate of that country to determine if this document is needed.
What information is typically included in a statutory declaration of marital status?
A statutory declaration of single status typically includes personal information such as your full name, date of birth, address, and citizenship. It will also include a statement declaring that you are single, have never been married, or are legally divorced or widowed if applicable. The document may also require you to provide additional information, depending on the specific requirements of the country where you plan to marry.
How long is a statutory declaration of single status valid?
The validity period of a statutory declaration of single status can vary depending on the country where you intend to marry. Some countries may require the document to be issued within a certain timeframe, such as within three months before the wedding date. It’s crucial to check the specific requirements of the country where you plan to marry to ensure that the document remains valid and meets their criteria.
Are there any fees associated with obtaining a statutory declaration of single status?
We offer notarization services for the statutory declaration at a fee of $32.95. You have the option to choose online notarization or visit one of our conveniently located offices nearby. If you prefer, our team of Canadian lawyers can assist you in drafting the statutory declaration and notarize it for a total cost of $79.00. Please note that we do not provide templates, as our lawyers tailor the drafting to your specific needs. For the same day service, please enter here.