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Oaths

Declarations - Only for citizens of Châteauguay

The offices of the town clerk or mayor can witness your oath. You have to present yourself at the town hall, located at 5 D’Youville Boulevard, during the hours in the schedule below. The individual who is making the declaration must come and sign before the commissioner for oaths and present a proof of identity with a photo. The cost is $5 per document.

It is important to take note that the commissioner for oaths produces no document. You must compose and bring your unsigned letter or document before the commissioner at the swearing-in ceremony. In the event that you require a certified copy of a document, you must refer to the organization that issued the document or to the courthouse.

To find the address of the nearest commissioner for oaths go to http://www.assermentation.justice.gouv.qc.ca/ServicesPublicsConsultation/Commissaires/Proximite/Criteres.aspx

Schedule

Monday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1:15 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Friday from 8:30 a.m. to noon

Travelling to a foreign country with a child

It is recommended that children travelling alone or accompanied by one parent be equipped with a letter of consent. This letter facilitates entry into a foreign country and the return to Canada. Consult the Passport Canada website to obtain advice and a model of the letter. You must bring your unsigned letter before the commissioner at the swearing-in ceremony.

Letter of invitation

A letter of invitation is required for the acquisition of a tourist’s entry visa to visit Canada. This letter must be filled by the person living in Canada who acts as a guarantor for the person who is visiting. Consult the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website to obtain all the information to include in the letter of invitation. You must bring your unsigned letter before the commissioner at the swearing-in ceremony. 

Certificate of life - only by appointment 

To obtain a certificate of life (certifying that you are alive in order to receive pension benefits), you must telephone the town clerk’s office at 450-698-3054 to make an appointment.  The town clerk or the assistant can issue a certificate of life but cannot issue a certificate of residence (certifying that you live at your address). The cost is $5 per certificate.

Last update: 2018-05-14 16:40