Types of Documents Requiring Notarization

 

  • Certified True Copies (Wills, Birth Certificate, Death Certificate, Marriage Certificate, school transcripts, etc.)
  • Child Travel Forms
  • USA Documents **notary is registered with the USA Consulate in Vancouver
  • Affidavits & Statutory Declarations
  • Alberta Birth Certificate Applications
  • Real Estate documents from other cities & provinces
  • CRNBC nursing declaration form 11
  • Construction payment declaration
  • BC Vital Statistics declarations
  • Citizenship & Immigration Canada Common-law declaration
  • CRA Certificate of residency
  • Canada Passport Guarantor
  • Court affidavits for all provinces
  • Life Certificate declarations
  • Pension declarations
  • Retirement forms
  • Spousal consent declarations
  • RRSP withdrawal forms
  • Estate and court Executor forms
  • Estate and court Beneficiary forms
  • Foreign travel forms
  • Foreign work forms
  • Foreign Student forms
  • Working abroad forms
  • Health Care Declarations
  • Proof of Identity for Travel Purposes
  • Insurance Loss Declarations
  • Nursing declaration forms
  • ICBC Unregistered Vehicle Declaration – cars, boats, boat trailers, ATV
  • Letters of Invitation for Foreign Travel
  • Foreign pension forms
  • Proof of Loss
  • RCMP Police record checks
  • Fingerprint records
  • Single status declaration
  • Birth, Death, Marriage and Divorce Certificates
  • Court affidavit

International Documents Requiring Notarization

People need to send and receive documents from all over the world. International documents are a special category. In order to prove the authenticity of documents foreign governments have specific requirements from our BC and Canadian governments for the documents to be valid in other parts of the world. This process can be lengthy and a Notary is a central part of that process.

Note that in many other countries the term “Apostille” is used for this process, however, in British Columbia we use the term “authentication” for notarizing documents for international acceptance.

Examples of documents requiring the Authentication or “Apostille” include, but are not limited to:

  • Adoption Papers
  • Affidavits
  • Birth Certificates
  • Contracts
  • Custodianship declarations
  • Death Certificates
  • Diplomas and Degrees
  • Divorce Decrees
  • Executor Affidavits on Probate Applications
  • High School Report Cards
  • Incorporation Papers
  • Marriage Certificates
  • Patent Applications
  • Powers Of Attorney
  • School Transcripts

Frequently Asked Questions

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