Does Certified Translation also translate larger documents?
Yes! You can submit files of all sizes. You can use Winzip to zip larger files or use wetransfer. If you are having difficulty uploading the file, contact us at [email protected]
How do I get my document certified?
All other questions please contact us at 1 866 201 2921 or email us at
I am a frequent User of Certified Translation website. Can I pay by credit card?
Yes! Mail [email protected] requesting this and we will enable it for you.
I am trying to get a quote for a document 1500 words, business French to English. How do I get a quote?
You can receive an instant quote by directly going to ‘Translate”. If you wish to become a corporate user of Certified Translation, please contact [email protected]
Multiple languages: If I wish to have one document translated into several languages, do I submit each language pair separately?
No, this is not necessary. Simply submit your document with a comment requesting the languages that your document needs to be translated into.
What is a “certified translation”?
Birth certificates, marriage certificates, wills, diplomas, legal documents all need to be certified. Certified translations are governed by local laws in each country. In a non-certified translation the translator is sometimes entitled to give a personal style and tone to the text, to make it more appropriate for the target audience. Certified translations often must be an exact translation of the source and must always include a clause from the certifier together with a round seal affixed which only Certified Court translators may use, and must be certified by the translators signature, in order to be accepted by the courts and the authorities.
What is an Apostil/Apostille? Do I need it?
Apostille is a French word which means a certification. It is commonly used in English to refer to the legalization of a document for international use under the terms of the 1961 Centuries. Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement for legalization for Foreign Public Documents. A document which has been certified with a conformant apostil is accepted for legal use in all the nations that have signed the Hague Convention. It is comparable to a notarization. If your document will be used in a foreign country you will need an Apostil, this we can do for you.
Who is Certified Translation?
Certified Translation is a person-to-person, translation service, that allows you to have documents translated by our professional translators, specializing in your subject matter. We offer services to goverment institutions, large or small corporations and individuals. Certified Translation is not a machine translation service!