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An Overview of Official Translation Services-Click For Translation

Dec 4th 2019 at 12:34 AM

The term “Official translations” might incorporate various translational and post-translational happenings depending on parts of the world we are talking about. However, usually, an official translation is reserved for “certified translations” and/or “notarized translations”.

What Is A Certified Translation?

A certified translation is a translation that includes a certificate of accuracy. The certificate of accuracy is provided by a qualified translator who is usually a member of a governing body. The governing body is different for different parts of the world (even for English speaking regions). Here are some technicalities to be aware of in getting a certified translation:

  1. American Translators Association or ATA: It is the largest association of translators and interpreters in the United States. ATA members can provide the certificate of accuracy for your translated documents and this certificate of accuracy becomes necessary when you might, for example, be applying for a visa through USCIS.

  1. The National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters Ltd. or NAATI: It is an Australian accreditation body for translators and interpreters. Certified translations for Australian immigration is provided by NAATI certified translators

  1. Sworn Translators: Civil law countries like Germany, France, and Spain require translation from sworn translators who are appointed by relevant government bodies. For example, the Cour d'Appel en France is responsible for appointing such sworn translators. Countries (some of them listed above) produce a list of sworn translators who are qualified to produce official translations.

What Is Meant by Notarized Translation?

Notarized translation is a translation that has been notarized. A notarized document is one that includes a seal from a notary public (or notary). A notary is a person, usually a lawyer, who is authorized by the government (or legal bodies) to witness the signing of any documents to make them legally valid. The notary usually signs the declaration of accuracy provided by the translator (thus identifying the translator).

What is Apostilled or Legalized translation?

Only notarized documents can be apostilled. An Apostille verifies the signature in the official document translation and ensures that the document is recognized in all states signing the Hague convention of 1961. In the US the Office of Authentication is responsible for providing apostilles.

Documents requiring official translations

  1. Certificates – birth certificate, death certificate, marriage certificate, divorce certificate, academic translations, diploma certificate
  2. Medical record translation, passport translations
  3. Warrants, treaties, extraditions
  4. Financial documents, investment statements, and letters
  5. Letters of invitations for foreign travel
  6. Oaths (affidavits, statutory statements), and contracts

Online Official Translation Services

The traditional method of official translation is cumbersome. You find yourself a registered translator, get the translation done with a certificate of accuracy, then go to a notary public to get your translations notarized. However, there is an easy solution – online official translation services. Online Certified document translation services pander to your convenience. You begin by uploading your documents online. After uploading you receive a quote. After the payment, the online translation services provide you with completed official translation – with a certificate of accuracy and seal by the notary public. The online certified translation service is quick and effective.

Click For Translation – The Best Official Translation Service

Click for translation is cut above the rest when it comes to official translations. First, the translators we hire are professionals, who specialize in specific translations, be it business, academia, medicine, or legal. Next, we are a member of ATA, so you don’t have to worry about the certificate of accuracy. Third, we support hundreds of language thus you can always count on us to provide translations for even esoteric languages. Next, we adhere to strict ISO 9001:2015 guidelines in providing you the quality translations you need. Notarization for official translations can also be easily provided – for a small extra nominal fee – in the given deadline because the process is online and automated.

Searching for “official translation services near me” or even “certified translation services near me” try Click for translations. It might not be near you – it’s online – but it provides excellent official translations at an effective cost and lightning-fast efficiency.

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