Professional notarized translation services provided by reliable & experienced agencies such as Click For Translation help you meet compliance requirements put forth by educational institutions, employers, legal systems and governments across the world, when venturing overseas. Notarization in the US acts as an added layer of validity to the certified translated document, which may be enough in some cases while others call for a notary attestation.
If you wish to know what notarized translation of documents is all about and how we can help with it, read on.
A notarized translation is nothing but a certified translation attested (signed and sealed) by a Notary Public, who is a government or state-appointed public official. He or she validates the identity, and credibility of a translation agency or a linguist who translates the document and signs the certificate of translation (COT). The translated document along with the Notary-attested COT is referred to as a notarized translation.
Certified translations include a Certificate of Translation (COT) signed by the translator who has worked on the project. The COT assures that the original document in its entirety has been accurately translated into the target language. The details of the native translator are also provided in the COT, using which authorities can contact the translator in case there are any discrepancies found in the translated content.
Notarization goes one step further to authenticate the professional credibility of the native translator entrusted with the translation. Notarized translations include a COT duly attested by a Notary.
Certification and notarization of translated material indicate that the original content has been completely and accurately translated into the target language by a credible translator.
What documents require notarization?
Some of the documents that require notarization are:
Notarization Process – How it Works?
The translation service provider submits the certified translated content to the local Notary for review. The Notary reviews the details of the certificate of translation and verifies the credentials of the linguist providing the certificate, in an unbiased manner. If the details in the certificate pass the scrutiny, the translator must sign the COT in person. The Notary then signs and affixes a seal in the COT to attest the authenticity of the translator, after verifying his/her signature as well.
Some documents may require the translator’s signature on every page. In such cases, the Notary will attest the signature on each page.
The notarization service attracts a service charge of $10/page and a certification fee of $5/page. Hence, the costs tend to vary based on the number of pages that need to be signed by the Notary public, translation fees apart.
Fast and Affordable Top Rated Online Notary Service
Our highly skilled team of professional translators can service your need for notarized translation speedily and efficiently. We can deliver certified and notarized translated documents within 24 hours of receiving your order. Rush and super rush services are also available for you to meet specific deadlines in a hassle-free manner. Quick turnaround times, accuracy, and fair pricing are notable aspects that highlight our services.
All you need to do is place an order for notarized translation and email us a digital copy of the original content. We can have the certified translations notarized and send you a hard copy at the registered address. You’ll receive a digital copy as well.
You no longer have to look around for a certified translator or get help to notarize a translation. Hire our online notary service for translations to save time, effort and money otherwise spent on notarization. While the COT is free of cost, notarization involves a small additional $15/page fee.
Do notary translation services guarantee accurate and complete translations?
Yes. Notary translation services guarantee that translation is complete and accurate, because they include a certificate of completion signed by the translator. Notarization, however, does not verify if the translator has accurately reproduced all the content in the source document in the target language. Notarization only validates the identity and signature of the translator.
USCIS Certified Translation Services
Our USCIS certified translation services allow you to sail through the red tape when applying for immigration, overseas study, data rectification, and other formal processes. While the USCIS has done away with the need for notarization of personal certificates, the need for a professional translator who is fluent in the target language is still mandatory.
We work with top-notch native linguists who translate every word meticulously, including signatures, official names, titles, dates, addresses, punctuations, seals, stamps, and watermarks. A successful translation is all about accuracy and totality when matched with the original text.
To steer clear of potential rejection, we retain the visual styles and formats of the original, replicating everything as it appears on the source text. However, if you’re submitting translated documents to a foreign authority other than USCIS, you may require notarization.
Notarized Certified Translations – Features integral to our services
Our professional notarized translation services include a host of client-friendly features such as:
✓ ISO 9001:2015 certified translations
✓ Speed and efficiency (24 hours delivery assured)
✓ Rush and super rush notarized translation of documents for last-minute requirements
✓ 24X7 multilingual support
✓ ATA membership
✓ Experienced native language translators familiar with nuances of industry-specific translations
✓ Support for all standard file formats
✓ Online Notary Public services
✓ Discounts on bulk orders and flexible credit limits
✓ Dedicated account manager for business customers
✓ Non-disclosure agreement
Notary Public Translation - Points to note
Before we leave you, here are few things we'd like to clarify.
Certified translation services and notarized translation services are not the same. Certification and Notarization are two different processes.
The USCIS no longer insists on notarized translations. Certified translations are enough to meet USCIS regulations. However, check for latest rules before you submit any documents.
Notarized translation services incur additional charges for each page that it notarized. The certificate of translation is free.
We strive to make professional notarized translation services easily accessible, affordable, and hassle-free for you. Get in touch with us right now at Click For Translation for any assistance regarding notarized certified translations. We’re an ISO-certified translation company backed by years of experience in notary public translations, and you sure won’t be disappointed. You can easily find us online by googling for Notary public translation near me or online notary public service near me or try a local search for notarized certified translation agency or notarized document translation agency.
Notarized Document Translation - Languages Covered
Our extensive network of professional native translators includes linguists from different parts of the world. We provide notarized translation services in over 100 languages, including but not limited to
- Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese)
We specialize in bi-lingual translations and offer notarized translation services in different language combinations. We support
- English to Arabic
- English to Russian
- English to Portuguese
- English to French
- English to German
- English to Chinese
- English to Italian
- English to Japanese
- English to Spanish and Vice Versa
We are equally proficient in working with foreign language pairs such as
- French to German
- Arabic to Japanese
- Chinese to Korean and many more