Applicants to all cycles are permitted to have required essential supporting documents completed by either a Notary Public or a Commisioner for Oaths. This includes the required documents as stated below.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure documents have been accurately notarized/commissioned, the notary/commissioner is in good standing, and date boundaries are adhered to.
The following documents are the only documents that require verification through notarization or commission for this application period:
The following documents no longer need to be notarized, but must be added to your physiciansapply.ca account and shared with the AIMG Program by the stated deadline:
Furthermore, the following documents will no longer need to be notarized:
I am completing my final year of medical studies outside of Canada and Canadian consular officials no longer provide document certification services, what can I do?
ONLY for final year medical students completing their studies outside of Canada who do not have access to an Alberta notary public or an Alberta commissioner for oaths – the AIMG Program accepts certification of the Applicant Identity Verification Form from the officials below if it is within their mandate and they offer these services: