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Old 22nd January 2020, 06:27 AM
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Default PR 26(B) Spouse, can notarial agreement be stamped at a police station?

Hi,

I am applying for my PR under 26(B) Spouse. We have been married for over 5 years and have a marriage certificate.

Do I need a lawyer to sign the notarial agreement? or can I get it stamped at a police station?

"A notarial agreement signed by both parties attesting that (i) the permanent spousal homosexual or heterosexual relationship has existed for at least two years before the date of application for a relevant visa and five years at the time of application for permanent residence permit and that the relationship still exist to the exclusion of any other person and (ii) neither of the parties is a spouse in an existing marriage or a permanent homosexual or heterosexual relationship."

Many thanks!
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