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OSAP Affidavit – Single or Common Law Status, Sole Support

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OSAP Affidavit – Drafted for you FREE by Notary Pro Canada

Are you applying for Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and need an Affidavit to establish your single status or common law status? Or to establish that you are the sole support parent?

We can draft this FREE OSAP Affidavit for you in the format expected by OSAP or any other institution requiring an Affidavit.

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What is OSAP?
The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a financial aid program that can help you pay for college or university.

OSAP offers funding through:

  • grants: money you don’t have to pay back
  • a student loan: money you need to repay once you’re done school

When you apply for OSAP, we automatically consider you for both grants and loans. If you don’t want to take a loan, you can decline it after your application is approved.

There are also programs to help you repay your student loan once you’re done school.

Who is eligible for OSAP?
OSAP is open to Ontario residents of any age who are:

  • Canadian citizens
  • Permanent residents, or
  • Protected persons
How do I apply for OSAP?
Applying for OSAP is pretty straightforward. First, you register online for an OSAP account. Second, you complete the online application.

For full-time students and part-time students with study periods of 21 weeks or more, your OSAP application is due no later than 60 days before the end of your study period. For part-time students with study periods of 20 weeks or less, your application is due no later than 40 days before the end of your study period. For OSAP, the study period is usually the normal school year for your program.

Third, you complete the Master Student Financial Assistant Agreement, if required. You may also need to complete the signature and declaration forms, and provide additional documents, like an OSAP affidavit.

For more information on how to apply for OSAP, visit the Government of Ontario’s How to apply for OSAP.

What is an OSAP affidavit, and do I need one?
An affidavit is a document that is sworn and signed before a lawyer, a person who is not a lawyer but who is a commissioner of oaths, or a notary public. You will be required to swear or affirm that the contents of the affidavit are true.

In a few instances, OSAP will require that you provide a sworn and signed statement about certain elements within your application. These may conclude:

  • Your common-law status
  • Sole supporting parent
  • You are separated, divorced, or widowed
  • Indigenous
  • Spouse Income Verification
  • Parent Income Verification
  • Your marital status

For more information about all requirements for an OSAP application, visit the Ontario Student Assistance Program.

Can Notary Pro help you with your OSAP Affidavit?
Notary Pro can help you draft and notarize your OSAP affidavit within one day if needed.

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