Brosgall Legal | Notary Services can assist you with your Statutory Declaration of Common-Law Union, aka IMM5409.
How do prove common-law status
Items that can be used as proof of a common-law relationship include:
- a statutory declaration of a common-law union (IMM 5409)
- statements for shared bank accounts
- shared credit cards
- proof of shared ownership of residential property
- shared residential leases
- shared rental receipts
- bills for shared utilities accounts, such as electricity, gas, or telephone
- proof of shared management of household expenses
- evidence of shared purchases (especially of household items)
- mail addressed to either or both of you at the same address
- important documents for both of you showing the same address, such as identification documents, driver's licences, or insurance policies
- any other documents that show you have been living together
Statutory Declaration of Common-Law Union (IMM 5409) Requirements
Before you sign and swear the IMM5409 declaration, we ensure you have read and fully understood the IMM5409 document. You then swear the statements in the document are true. The legal requirements for statutory declarations are as follows:
- You must be physically present with the Commissioner of Oaths when signing.
- You must indicate that you have read and understood the document.
- You make the declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and knowing that it is of the same legal force and effect as if made under oath.
- The Commissioner of Oaths must check your government issued photo ID.
After all this, the two partners can sign the Statutory Declaration of Common-Law, and we apply our stamp and seal to your document.
Vancouver Commissioner of Oaths, Notary Public, and Lawyer
As a Commissioner of Oaths, Notary Public and Lawyer, Mr. Brosgall is fully qualified, licenced and insured to swear the Statutory Declaration of Common-Law (IMM5409). If you have any questions, or want to book an appointment, please send us an email or call us at 604-685-ADAM . You may also visit our VancouverNotary.biz home page for further information. Same day service and walk-ins are always welcome.