When it comes to translation, many people understand the core processes. However, when it comes to figuring out essential notarised translation services, people may have questions that they need answered.
Absolute Translations have been providing businesses and individuals with notarised translation services for over 20 years. Our expert translators have worked on behalf of many trusted companies worldwide and have provided them with notarised translations in a variety of languages. Today, we cover our FAQs about this type of translation to help you gain a better understanding of what they are, when you need them, and how we can help.
Notary translation is the process of legally certifying translated documents. A stamp will be added to your document to ensure it is authentic. This process should be carried out by a notary or a solicitor. Here at Absolute Translations, we have an official notary who can carry out this process on any translations we provide.
Certified translations are usually translations that have been carried out by an official translator, whereas notarised translations follow specified requirements in which the translations must be authorised and approved by a notary. They are required when the destination countries’ authorities need an extra level of certification to legalise the document.
Notarised translation services are needed for any documents that are going to be presented overseas. The destination country will determine whether notarisation is called for. You may need notarised translations for
-Foreign adoption papers
Our expert translators speak over 200 languages between them, are native speakers of your target languages and are based in convenient locations all around the world. This allows us to produce fast and accurate translations for you within your time zone, under tight notarisation deadlines. Our in-house notary is a qualified solicitor with many years of practice, including the notarisation of legal, public, official, and private documents.
If you would like to find out more information about our notarised translation services, then why not get in touch with our team today on 0333 577 0767. Alternatively, you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.