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Subject: Signed and Sworn declaration
Has anyone being asked for "Signed and Sworn declaration" in a an affidavit form? Is this suppose to be notorized or something that one would create and sign?
[31-10-2009,19:37]
[***.195.80.243]
Tima
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anyone?
[01-11-2009,01:01]
[***.195.80.243]
Tima
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you need to allow more than 8 hours on a post before you become impatient. Nobody works her - this is a volunteer effort and it is the weekend.

sign and sworn would suggest they want you to declare your statement before an officer of the court -a notary or lawyer to ensure (within the context of the law) that you are being honest.

[01-11-2009,01:30]
[***.5.54.139]
Sharon
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What type of application and what would they be asking you to attest to.

Why, then can be answered.

Roy

[01-11-2009,05:52]
[**.55.218.11]
Roy
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Hi Roy, this is for sponsorship application after the appeal is allowed . New delhi send this request but they never asked anthying to attest. Here is there verbage...

1. Signed and sworn declaration in an affidavit form, identifying all of the principal applicant´s children (natural and adoptive) and brothers ans siters (natural and adoptive), giving full name, date of birht, place of residence, marital status, years of education successfully completed, and the name and locality of scholls they have attended. This affidavit must be provided even if an affidavit was previously submitted.

The affidavit must also incorporate the following paragraph:
"I further solemnly affirm and declare that the particulars of all my sons and daughters (natural and adoptive) and brother and sisters (natural and adoptive) have been correctly stated and that i have no other son or daugher (natural and adoptive)/brother or sister (natural and adoptive) in India or abroad, from any of my marriages/any of the marriages of my parents".
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[01-11-2009,10:34]
[***.195.80.243]
Tima
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sponsorship applicants sometimes have a habit of including relatives or friends in an application and trying to pass them off as family members. CIC wants you to swear who everyone is.

Make sure you tell the truth or you will have committed fraud and the entire application will go in the garbage.

[01-11-2009,14:33]
[***.5.54.139]
Sharon
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Thanks Sharon, but do you think this has to be notorized? I am thinking it is just the applicant who creates this and signs it.


[01-11-2009,16:02]
[***.195.80.243]
Tima
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I of the opinion that a signed and sworn document must be done in the presence of an officer of the court. That action binds you to the statements made in the document. otherwise you cans say... my consultant filled out the forms and golly gee, he got it wrong. No deal.

CIC wants you to legally stand behind the statements made in the declaration. serious stuff.

[01-11-2009,16:56]
[***.5.54.139]
Sharon
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My understanding is that you prepare the document carefully, to include all that info they wanted you to include, and then take it to the court house and put your signature in front of the witnessing officer, who will then stamp the document... That makes the document signed and sworn
[02-11-2009,10:41]
[***.202.38.241]
whites?

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