Notarizations are provided by Maria Campos LL.M. at any time during business hours at Invicta Law Corporation in Downtown Vancouver.
Walk-ins are Accepted, No Appointment Required.
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- Certified Copies of Original Documents
- Powers of Attorney
- Statutory Declarations of Common-Law Union
- Letters of Invitation
- Travel Consent Letters
- Apostille Services
Invicta Law Corporation is located inside the International Village Mall in Crosstown at 88 West Pender St. Across from the Chinatown/Stadium Skytrain Station, suite 2081 (on the second floor beside the food court).
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