A: A certified translation, or affidavit of accuracy, is the translator’s signed statement affirming the completeness and accuracy of the document, identifying the type of document translated and the language used. Consulates, Embassies and Foreign Courts require certified translation for a number of reasons, but primarily to avoid conflicts of interest and ensure that translations are accurate, and completed by a professional.
A: An Apostille is a specialized certificate, issued by the Secretary of State. Apostilles are attached to an original vital record to verify its authenticity and make it admissible by other countries who are members of the Hague Apostille Convention. You can request an Apostille by contacting the Secretary of State of the of State where the document originated.
A: Of course! We understand if you prefer not to securely upload your documents. Feel free to email us at email@example.com or call us at 651-699-8442 to set up an appointment.
A: In an effort to always give clients fair, accurate pricing, we request that documents be uploaded in advance through the quote request forms on the website. Pricing for document translation varies based on word and page count, as well as the complexity and specialization of the subject matter. Once we review your documents, we will provide a fair, accurate quote within 2 business hours.
A: Just like pricing, turnaround time varies based on the length and number of documents you need translated, as well as their complexity. Our quote will include turnaround time. We also offer rush and 24-hour translation.
A: Each completed translation is accompanied by a notarized affidavit of accuracy, which certifies the translation. We have a 100% approval rate on certified translations, over a 35+ year span, and we are intent on keeping it that way.
A: Yes. We understand that some translations are more urgent than others. Because of this, we offer Rush Translation and 24-hour translation. Just make a note of it when you fill out the quote request form and we will note the rush turnaround time in your quote.
A: Absolutely not. All of our translations are completed by professional, accredited translators who are native-level linguists.