If the organization to which you are going to submit the document clearly requires a “notarized translation”, “notary certification of translation”, then you will need a notarized copy of the translation. But most authorities (USCIS, evaluation agencies, universities, colleges) only require a certified translation. Our digital copies of the translation in PDF files fully comply with the requirements for a certified translation.
No, USCIS doesn’t require a notarized or hard copy of the translation.
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You will receive the certified translation in a PDF file with a signed Certificate of Translation, which fully complies with the requirements of USCIS, universities, colleges, evaluation agencies, employers.