Do It Yourself Guide to Identification - page 31

Do c ume n t
TEMPORARYCOMMUNITY ID
AFFIDAVITFOR IDENTIFICATION
I,
CLIENTNAME
, make oath and say that: The photograph on
the reverse side is a true photograph of me,
CLIENTNAME,
of
Calgary, Alberta; born on
DATEOFBIRTH
.
My identification has been lost.
The signature located beside the photograph ismy signature. I make
this affidavit knowing it is a criminal offence tomake a false statement
under oath, and do so only to identifymyself,
CLIENTNAME,
and
for no other purpose.
Signature of deponent
SWORN
BEFOREME at the
City of Calgary in theProvince of Alberta,
October 18, 2012
ANOTARYPUBLIC in and for the
Provinceof Alberta
T This photo affidavit is not a
Replacement for Government-
issued Identification.
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Do It YourselfGuide to Identification
TemporaryCommunity IdentificationDocument
A community identification document is a temporary identification piece that can be
extremely helpful in accessing services in the community. Sometimes it is called an
Affidavit for Identificationor a StatutoryDeclaration for Identification.
A temporary community identification document is issued by an agency, a notary or
commissioner and is used to support your identity. Temporary community identification
documents are useful when applying for social benefits, applying for Alberta Health,
accessing food services or securing a transit pass.
As community identification documents are not government issued they are not always
acceptedatplaces likebanksor registries. Theycanbeextremelyhelpfulwhenyouhave
no identificationandneedadocument in the short termuntil youareable to secureyour
formal government issued identification.
The only requirements include: the correct spelling of your name, date of birth and a
current photograph. You can find a list of agencies at the end of this guide who can
provide further assistance inobtaining a community identificationdocument.
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