Each Authority has its own requirements for Certified translation.
Some Authorities require that the translation to be notarized, apostilled or legalized.
Some authorities accept the electronic copies of the translation.
Some authorities need to receive the translated document accompanied by the original file in a sealed envelope by mail.
Some authorities require that the Certified translation hold the wet signature of the translator or the company representative certifying the translation.
Some authorities require that the translator himself/herself is certified from a specific authority.
Some authorities require that the translation itself holds the stamp and seal of the company and on the letterhead of the company.
Overall, in order to proceed with your translation, we need you to thoroughly check the requirements of the authority that your are going to present your documents to. We can help with all the necessary steps once we know your exact needs.