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In order to be able to work legally in Canada, she ( the adult ) has to APPLY for and be accepted by the Canadian Immigration department, and a minor child has to have proper written permission to accompany her to Canada. It is un-likely that she will be admitted to Canada.
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If your son who is nineteen has his girlfriend move in who is eightteen would this effect custody rights over your daughter who is ten. Could your ex husband say this is immoral and gain custody?
I'm assuming that your nineteen year old son is still living withyou, because otherwise it's entirely irrelevant. He could certainly try making that argument in court and see…ing howfar it gets him. If the girlfriend is "decent" (she's not a druggieor a skank), it probably won't get him very far, unless you're in avery conservative state. Many states no longer even allow "moralityclauses" saying that you can't have a boyfriend spend the nightwhile the child is present, and as long as your son's girlfriendisn't a "negative influence" then it's not likely to have anyeffect.
Yes it may be possible to have a bank statement notarized. Most banks have notary publics on hand that can possibly do this.
What is the statement that goes with signing as a notory that you the notary hereby witness the signature?
There are several types of notarization and your state laws determine the required wording for each. Oddly enough, the notary is generally not permitted to tell you which wor…ding to use.
Notaries are discouraged from notarizing documents for family and spouses. In court, it can be highlighted as a conflict of interest and can be used to discredit the document.…
Yes. You are notarizing a signature. As long as you know who it is, or if not, they have provided proper identification, you can notarize the signature.
Your state's laws regulating Notaries may address this particular subject - they are all different. However, even if legally allowed such an action COULD raise the specter of …a conflict of interest. To avoid such a possibility consider having an un-related Notary perform this duty for you. For what the fee will cost you it is cheap insurance. A notary cannot notarize any document from which they may derive a benefit. Any notary who has the privilege of being a state notary should be familiar with the state laws that govern notaries.
An acknowledgement always requires that a written statement be signed and sworn to in front of the Notary?
$10.00 per stamp to notarize documents; $30.00 to perform a marriage ceremony
No! They must actually physically observe the signature being affixed to the document and see identification that the signer is who they say they are. Original ID MUST be pr…esented, no copies. Acceptable ID varies from state to state. If the signer is swearing form should state something like sworn to and subscribed before me--must be signed before notary. If it says acknowledged before me, it can be signed without notary present but signer must say that it was their signature given of free will. In all cases signer MUST appear before notary.
The signature on the document(s) is invalid (possibly rendering the documents legally invalid), and the ex-Notary has left themselves open to prosecution.
In State Laws
No Another View: Unless otherwise stated in that particular state's laws, a Notary is a Notary up until midnight of the date on which their commission expires.
(in the US) No. it is not legal. One of a Notary's most imporant obligations under the law is to determine the validity of a signature by securing the identification of the pe…rson who's signature they are witnessing. A Notary has committed a crime and is in danger of (at the very least) losing their commission by not carrying out the obligations of their office.
They can check your credit but can't get that kind of info unless you provide it and is inappropriate for them to ask.
Not really. This is because having someting notarized needs validity and since the ID is expired it is not considered valid. Unless you may be able ot find a lawyer that w…ill give you notarization even though it is expired.