Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
When is the next examination?
All information about upcoming examinations, including the application deadlines can be found here (CPEDH).
What does a "notarized copy" mean?
Notarized means that you take the original of the requested document to an individual who is able to notarize documents (lawyer, notary, commissioner of oath). That individual will take your original, make a copy of it and then stamp it with a special stamp that indicates that the document has been notarized and is a true copy of the original. You may find a list of notaries in your area via a web search, or seek out a lawyer to provide the service, or you can go to City Hall and have a commissioner of oath provide the service. The FDHRC does not notarize documents.