Official Translation in Ardebil Province – Iran

Official Translation in Ardebil Province – Iran

What is a certified translation

We get this question on a daily basis. In the United States, a certified translation is one performed by a professional translator, who attests in writing to the completeness and accuracy of the translation. In some cases, you may be asked to make sure this certification is notarized. You cannot do the translation yourself, even if you are otherwise qualified. Other countries (or consulates) may have their own rules, so check with them first

What is a notarized translation

A notarized translation is one in which the translator swears in front of the notary that the translation is complete and accurate. The notary charges a fee for this service

Will my certified translation be valid in other countries

Certification has different meanings depending on the country. Many European nations have a government body that certifies translators in particular languages. In the United States, however, there is no such government body. What is typically called for is a notarized translation performed by a professional translator. Generally, a notarized translation is accepted abroad, but you should always ask the institution requesting the translation to be sure​