Certified Translation

Certified Translation

Certification and Notarization Documents

Image of Certified Translations Minneapolis, MNUnited Translations offers comprehensive services for translation and certification of various documents such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce decrees and more. Our document translations team is made up of highly skilled and experienced translators who are always ready to answer your questions and work with you to accommodate your needs. You can trust that, when you have us translate your certified certificate, your  sensitive documents will be handled with highest confidentiality.

What Types of Documents Need to Be Certified?

Not all documents are required to be certified. This list consists mostly of personal documents such as various certificates, school and college diplomas and transcripts, and all different types of legal documentation belonging to individuals. These certified translations are usually requested by government agencies and universities. Our company complies with the current US rules and is eligible to offer document translation and certification services. There are regular and urgent delivery times available. Each translation is shipped by either UPS or FedEx.

What is a Certified Translation?

In the United States, to be considered a certified translation it has to have the following three parts:

  1. The source document (copy) in the original language.
  2. The translated document in the target language.
  3. An affidavit signed by the translator or translation company representative, with his or her signature notarized by a Notary Public, attesting that the translator or translation company representative believes the target language text to be an accurate and complete translation of the original language text.

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A translator does not need to be “certified” in order to provide a “certified translation.” It is also important to realize that the Notary Public seal assures only that the signature is that of the person who presented him or herself to the notary. The Notary Public is not attesting to the accuracy of the translation.

If you would like to receive a free assessment of how United Translation could help to overcome language barriers and engage with the community, please contact us at 952-688-8166 or at info@unitedtranslations.com