Notarially certified translation is the translation of documents that involves a certificate of translation accuracy and the legitimacy of the translator’s signature. The notarisation procedure gives a given document legal force in a foreign state.

Notarial translation is required for the following documents:
Constitutional documents of foreign firms
Power of attorney
Payment documents
Judicial decisions
Lack of criminal record certificate
Marriage/birth/divorce certificates

Document requirements:
Original documents or notarially certified copies should be provided.
Documents should comply with applicable legal requirements without erasures, additions or changes.

Documents that are longer than one sheet must be stitched, numbered and include the seal of the issuing organisation.
Contracts and agreements made between individuals in a simple written from are not accepted for notarial translation.

Signatures of individuals acting on the power of attorney, or representatives of foreign legal entities, must be notarially certified.

If you have any questions regarding document requirement, one of our managers will provide a free consultation.

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