What is an affidavit for OSAP?
Besides, how do I get an affidavit form?
Legal forms for affidavits can be found from a variety of sources, depending on the purpose for using the affidavit. Generally speaking, an affidavit is a written statement that is sworn to be true under oath and signed in the presence of a judge or notary.
Subsequently, question is, how much OSAP can I get? OSAP for Full-Time Students (2019-20) You'll know how much you may get when your full-time application is processed. You may get more aid through the following Canada Student Grants: Full-Time Students (maximum $4,500 per academic year, subject to a weekly maximum)
Likewise, people ask, how do I get an affidavit of marital status?
You can obtain the Single Status Affidavit from the local County Clerk. In some States, you may be able to obtain this document from the Court or State Registrar. Please check with the County Clerk first. You can also ask an attorney to prepare this document for you (Single Status Affidavit).
What does sole support parent mean?
Sole support parent. You are a sole-support parent if you have a dependent child or children living with you on a full-time basis during your study period AND you are single, separated, divorced, or widowed.