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Statutory Declarations

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In Canadian jurisdictions, statutory declarations are sworn statements of facts written down and sworn to by the declarant(s) and co-declarant(s) accordingly before the individuals who are authorized to administer oaths. To get your statutory declaration drafted according to your circumstances, contact Rajpal Singh Hothi, who is authorized to administer oaths as a commissioner for oaths.

 

You can visit ‘Crown Immigration Corporation’, we will draft and provide administering oath services with respect to your declarations for various purposes or scenarios, for example:

  • To invite your relatives or friends in Canada for a short period on occasions
  • To invite your parents, grandparents, siblings to attend your convocation
  • To sign a pledge with respect to super visa for your parents & grandparents
  • To invite your sister, sister-in-law, daughter, friend for pre & post-partum care
  • To support sponsorship undertaking of your son / daughter who has less income
  • To support study permit of your niece / nephew / friend / brother / sister / any relative
  • To support the permanent residence application to obtain points by family member(s)
  • To invite your relatives or friends on special events, Like Lohri / Rakhri / Diwali etc.
  • To invite relatives or friends to attend your wedding or your son/daughter’s wedding
  • To invite relatives or friends to attend your or your child’s marriage anniversary
  • To invite relatives or friends to attend your or your child’s / grandchild’s birthday
  • To invite relatives or friends to see your new born baby or your grandchild(ren)
  • To invite your relatives or friends to attend your new house warming reception
  • To invite your relatives or friends to visit a sick family member or a relative
  • To invite your relatives or friends to attend funeral ceremony of family member
  • To withdraw a support you have already signed for a relative or friend for visiting
  • To make a complaint against your spouse who has used/abused you for immigration