Immigration Issues/Birth Certificate

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Hi, I would like to know if the original birth certificate is important for applying for Canadian PR. I was born on 20th April 1981. Can an affidivate duly signed by magistrate and notarized work if the original birth certificate is not available.

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Hi Madhvi,

Thanks for your inquiry.

Yes, an affidavit is sufficient that can be prepared by any Notary Public. But I will suggest you that along with an affidavit provide immigration with a copy of Municipal Record stating "Not found" certificate.

Regards,
Ravi

P.S: It's a standard affidavit, which all Notary Public knows how to write. Beside your affidavit, I suggest you to get one affidavit from your Parents stating all the siblings along with their date of birth and place of birth weather biological or adopted.

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