Notarization Process

What’s the difference between a certified translation and a notarized translation? And how do you know what kind you need? A notarized translation is signed by the translator in front of a notary, who adds their signature and stamp to provide proof of the authenticity of the translation. A certified translation does not need to be signed in front of a notary.
As a general rule, translations for legal, contractual or immigration purposes need to be certified, whereas translations for administrative purposes, such as high school and college admissions, need to be notarized. If you’re not sure what type of document you need, don’t worry; our trained experts know the system inside-out and are on hand 24/7 to advise you.

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