Thanks! I have actually started this other topic the other day asking for opinions about the evidence, and the general consensus there was that it should be enough.Exactly, thank God for that! Make sure you provide as many evidence as possible to substantiate your common-law relationship. Let me know if you need help with that.
They did it and the notary even gave her business card in case CIC wants to contact her. No need for extra reals, I guess some people are just inherently nice. And some others, well...
I got it notarized from a local notary who notarizes english documents. Not all of them do it in non-english speaking countries. I went to like 3 places until found someone who "supported" english.Hi marineking,
Could you please tell me how you got the imm5409 form notarized?
1-If in Canad, how is this possible?
2- If in country of origin, who is supposed to sign it or to have it notarized?
a-The Embassy of Canada in my country? In this case, what should I provide to the Embassy?
b- or just any notary public in my country?
Thank you so much
This seems like a complex/delicate case, I would suggest you create a new topic for itHi all,
Can anyone tell what to do in case one is separated for more than 6 years, already filed for divorce , but divorce is not yet finalised as the estranged spouse is absconding from the court appearances ? There is no information about the current whereabouts of that person and the legal notices are sent to last known office address .
What to attach in exhibit in this case where it is already declared as legally separated in the personal details section?
Any informed reply will be appreciated.
Hi, I am also from Brazil, and I want to know from you how much did you pay for a Notary Public Officer to sign out the form for you?They did it and the notary even gave her business card in case CIC wants to contact her. No need for extra reals, I guess some people are just inherently nice. And some others, well...
No need for laywers, just find a notary office (aka Cartorio) willing to notarize an english document (the IMM 5409 E). Eventually you'll find one that does it.Were you able to go to any lawyer to have them witness the declaration? Or did you go to a Cartório de Notas?
My in-laws live in FLN. They had to notarize a Deed of Gift in english and just went to a Cartório. As long you already have a signature registered with them, they don't care about the document language.Wow, I am in Florianopolis Brazil, and am currently having the very same issue. Were you able to go to any lawyer to have them witness the declaration? Or did you go to a Cartório de Notas? Marineking, I think you and I are very similar. I am also applying FSW, with an IT NOC code. I saw your other post too, about common law start dates. I am in a similar boat.