Expungement: Step 6 - Get a photocopy of a document to support your relationship with the deceased
From: Parole Board of Canada
- 1. Check if you are eligible to apply
- 2. Get court and/or police documents
- 3. Get your Military Conduct Sheet
- 4. Prepare sworn statement or solemn declaration
- 5. Get photocopy of document to support your identity
- 6. Get photocopy of document to support your relationship with the deceased
- 7. Fill in and sign the Application form
- 8. Complete the checklist and mail your expungement application
Step 6 - Get a photocopy of a document to support your relationship with the deceased AND a proof of death
If you are applying for an expungement on behalf of a deceased person, you must also submit a copy of:
- a document which supports your relationship with the person.
For example: If you are the deceased person’s son or daughter, you could provide a copy of your long form birth certificate to establish your relationship.
- the person’s death certificate.
If you are unable to obtain a copy of a death certificate, another document may be provided, including a statement signed by a medical doctor, coroner or funeral director, or a Memorandum of Notification of Death issued by the Chief of National Defence Staff, among others.
The Parole Board of Canada will consider accepting any reasonable evidence that establishes your relationship with the deceased person and proof of death.
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