Any child travelling outside Canada with only one parent should carry a consent letter. This is true even if it is only for a day trip, and even if the child will only be unaccompanied by both parents for part of the trip. If you travel across the border with a minor and don’t have a consent letter, it may cause delays, or worse—your child may be denied entry to or exit from a country.
Canada and Mexico have strong economic, political, and cultural ties. Many Canadians want to work or do business in Mexico. Others want to have a destination wedding or retire on the beach in Mexico.
Is your business looking to expand overseas? International business opportunities may be lucrative, but doing business globally can present some challenges.
Have you been told that you need to “apostille” a Canadian document? In this post, we explain what that means and why legalization is necessary if you plan to use Canadian documents internationally.
A Certificate of Origin is an international trade document that identifies where goods in a particular shipment have been produced or manufactured. It is a very important document within an international trade transaction.
Many people use the term “notarization” or to “notarize a document” without understanding what it really means. There are basically two types of acts that are considered notarizations…
Do you need to get an important document ready for international use? There is a specialized process that must be followed to have your document officially recognized in a foreign country. Here are our answers to top international document legalization FAQs
To prove your common-law status, you will need different documents such as the statutory declaration of a common-law union (IMM 5409), at Invicta Law Corporation we can help you to understand and validate this important document.
Rather than sending away your important legal documents, you may be able to send a certified copy instead. Using a certified copy means you get to keep the original and avoid the risk of losing or damaging your valuable documents.
Both affidavits and statutory declarations are formal, legally binding documents. But they are used for different purposes in Canada. Let’s discuss the differences between affidavits and statutory declarations and how these documents are made.