Notaries Public are not authorized to certify translations and simply “notarized” (not certified) translations are rejected by USCIS and all other government agencies. Our translations are CERTIFIED, i.e. signed and stamped by a certified translator, member of the American Translators Association, as required by all government agencies and official institutions.

However, some institutions require that a “notarized certificate” be added to the certified translation. This is an extra document by which the signature of the certified translator is acknowledged by a Notary Public. This is an additional step, which does not replace the certification. The certification by a Certified Translator is always required.

If you need a notarized certificate to be added to your certified translation, we can provide it for an extra $10.00, which is the charge of the notary public.