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September 5, 19

NEWS / Certification of the translation


There are several options available when it comes to getting a translation certified. First, and foremost, you must use a professional translator with valid credentials. But how does one determine credentials of a translator? The easiest way to go is to use the professional organization like American Translators Association as a guide and starting point. Then the translation needs to have a statement of accuracy from the translator signed under oath in front of the notary. The next step may be getting the translation apostilled or certified at the target consulate. However, these options will not be available for every country. Another sources for certified translator's are US Department of State, your local courts and motor vehicles. Also, often a foreign consulate will have a list of certified translators registered with the consulate.

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