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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 944 Pr Statutory

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 944 Pr Statutory

Hi, in today's video, I'm going to show you how to fill in the supplementary form, statutory declaration and new of guarantor. Now, this form is used in conjunction with either an adult general application for a Canadian passport or a child general application for a Canadian passport. This form is primarily used when an applicant is in transit or in a country where they do not normally reside and are struggling to find a guarantor to complete their application form. A regular guarantor can normally be a Canadian passport holder in Canada, which can include friends and family. If you are applying outside of Canada, you can also include a barrier list of occupations that can sign. Individuals that sign on an occupation basis are not judged on their citizenship or nationality, but solely judged on their occupation that they practice within the country that you would reside in. For example, if they're in the United Kingdom, they have to be practicing the occupation in the United Kingdom. They can't be someone who, let's say, a medical doctor in Singapore, but happens to be in the United Kingdom while you're having your applications filled in. They have to actually practice within the country where you'll be submitting your application. It's quite an exhaustive list of guarantors that you can find based on occupation, but they primarily include medical doctors, dentists, veterinarians, pharmacists, lawyers, banks, lining offices, deans or heads of universities or colleges, and judges. You can look at the exhaustive list within the instructions of either the adult general application or the child general application form. Section 1: Applicant's personal information. Here, you're going to provide your details. First of all, it's your surname or last name that you fit into this field. Then, it's your given names....