A certified and notarized translations are documents translated by a professional translator and accompanied by a signed Certificate of Accuracy in which he assure that:
He or she is knowledgeable in both languages in order to translate the document.
The translation is complete and accurate.
The certified translation process creates a legally binding record recognized by U.S. officials, courts and academic institutions. Certification contains signatures of our CEO, translator and a notary public it is also stamped with a raised notary seal. This ensures that the document in question will be accepted as a valid translation for legal purposes. There is no additional charge for this service.
At Translation911 we offer professional translation affidavits to go with your official documents at an affordable price. When you require a translation affidavit to go with your birth certificate, college diploma, high school transcript or copy of a passport – turn to us. Our qualified and trained team of translators can provide you with a USCIS compliant, internationally accepted translation affidavit for immigration, legal and other official uses.
Who requires certified translations?
U.S. Immigration – USCIS requires certified translations of foreign documents such as birth certificates, marriage licenses and divorce certificates for visa, immigration and custom purposes.
U.S. Federal and State Agencies – Examples include Passport Authorities, State Department of Licensing, the Department of Motor Vehicles and County Clerks offices.
Academic Institutions – Most universities, colleges and credential evaluation firms require a certified translation of diplomas or transcripts as a part of the admissions process.
Business & Corporations – Certified translations help validate a company’s financial reports, patent filings, legal documents and business agreements for all stakeholders.
Lawyers – U.S. Courts and government agencies require certified translations of transcripts and other legal documents to validate the accuracy of translation