Certified translation is a translation of a record or document from one language to another by a professional translator with his signature with assurances that he is knowledgeable in both the source and target languages and the translation is complete and accurate to satisfy the criteria of validity and process efficiency to create a legally binding document.
    Notarized certificates of accuracy are also still available upon request where the signature of the translator is then certified by a public certified notary wherein the sworn translator has sworn to the notary by committing to have provided correct and accurate translations.


Certified translation is of significance in :

Immigration services and VISA purposes.,


Legal proceedings,

Filings for court systems

Academic institutions

Business & corporations

Government agencies and

Other Federal and State agencies.


Documents that are usually translated and certified are:

Academic transcripts and diplomas

Adoption Papers

Adoption records and papers



Birth / Marriage / Divorce / Death Certificates

Birth certificate

Curriculum vitae / resumes

Customs Documents

Death certificate


Diplomas, School Papers, Degree Certificates

Divorce Decrees / Certificates

Evidence in a judicial proceeding

Foreign bank statements

Foreign patents

Graduation Certificates

Green card filing documentation

Green cards

ID Card

Immigration and Naturalization



Immigration documentation



Marriage certificate

Medical/Hospitalization Certificates

Naturalization documentation

Other legal documents


Permanent Residence Booklets

Police Reports

Powers of Attorney

Property Papers, Real Estate Deeds

Recommendation Letters

Tax Payment Records

Trade Marks Registrations

VAT invoices

Visa applications

Vouchers for Telegraphic Transfers

Wills and Trusts

Work permits




    Chamber translation has this as a usual practice to deliver translations to our clients with a certificate of accuracy, which denotes that the translation is, to the best of our knowledge, is correct and was prepared by a team of professional translators who are proficient in the source and target language.


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