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Things you need to know about Joint Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons (for wrong name and birth date).
1. What is a Joint Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons?
This affidavit uses the sworn statements of two disinterested persons to clarify discrepancies and help establish a fact. The two persons who will sign the affidavit should:
be disinterested persons or have no interest in the subject-matter of the affidavit.
not be related to the person subject of the affidavit (i.e. not a parent, child)
have personal knowledge of the facts subject of the affidavit.
2. When do you need a Joint Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons?
This affidavit is a requirement when you apply for late registration of birth, marriage, or death of a person.
Generally, you will also need this affidavit when you need witnesses to clarify discrepancies and establish a fact. For example, if there are any discrepancies in the information contained in your birth certificate and your other government-issued IDs, this affidavit can help clarify such discrepancies and establish the correct information.
3. What information do you need to create a Joint Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons?
To create your Joint Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons, you’ll need the following minimum information:
The name and details (i.e. nationality and address) of the two persons executing the affidavit
The correct details (i.e. name, birth date) of the person subject of the affidavit and the document showing the correct details
The document showing the wrong details of the person subject of the affidavit
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