Affidavit of Birth. In the event you ca not locate your birth certificate, this affidavit can be used to verify some of the facts surrounding your birth. Typically, this affidavit form will be completed by one of your blood relatives or the attendant midwife or physician. This person will state their relationship to you, how they have knowledge of your birth circumstances, and attest to the pertinent information (such as county and date of birth).
ID Theft Affidavit In the unfortunate instance your identity is stolen, use an ID theft affidavit to inform creditors, banks, and other businesses. You will note the day you became aware of the theft and swear that certain actions, like large purchases, were made by the thief, not you.
Affidavit of Residence. This legal document simply allows to state your place of residence and is often used right after you have moved but have not submitted the paperwork to the DMV or other government agencies. You may need it to send your child to a school in your new area, get a parking permit for a busy part of your city, or sometimes, swear to a court or business you actually reside at a certain address. In other words, when you need to prove where you live, use an Affidavit of Residence.
Affidavits can be used for many different reasons, but they all share a common trait: the person singing is making a declaration, under oath, that what is in the affidavit is true.