Oaths & Affidavits


A signed and stamped oath or affidavit completed by a commissioner of oaths officially states that the required oath, affirmation or declaration has been properly administered.

A commissioner of oaths is not required to verify the accuracy of a statement sworn under oath; it is the person making the oath who is responsible for the validity of the statements contained in the document.

 For a small fee to our ID Services clients, we are available (by appointment), to validate sworn statements, witness declarations and solemn affirmations for many purposes, including:

  • Identification - If you do not have valid ID we can verify your identity and provide you with a legal statutory declaration or affidavit. Simply present a minimum of three items with your name and address such as pay stub, rent receipt or income tax return. We will have you swear an oath in front of an officer.
  • Parental Affidavits - We can provide affidavits for individual parents travelling with children. Both parents must come in and sign a written certificate giving permission to the travelling parent to travel with the child.