A – Your translations are delivered in their original format, both printed, and electronic. However, translations requiring authentication of the translator’s signature shall always be printed.

A – Yes, but the USA requires that the signature of official documents translator be authenticated by their Embassy.

A – A statement of the translator’s qualifications. A statement affirming the completeness and accuracy of the document. Identification of the translated document and language. The translator’s name, signature, date, stamps, and seal.

A – Procedures with government entities (e.g. applying for a visa, obtaining a driver’s license, claiming public benefits, legal proceedings, both civil (e.g. adoption, divorce) and criminal. Educational institutions also require foreign candidates to submit certified translations of application documents (e.g. diplomas, transcripts.)