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Certified translations are delivered as a PDF file with a signed Certificate of Translation, which fully complies with the requirements of USCIS, universities, colleges, evaluation agencies, employers.
No, we don’t need originals. Take a photo of your document and attach it while ordering.
Yes, you’ll receive a word-for-word, line-by-line translation with the same format as the original.
You can request a revision directly from your account or by email.
Yes, we provide notary certification for our translations. The majority of translations do not need to be notarized, but if you would like your translations notarized for any reason, please add to your order item ‘Notarized Copy’.
If the organization to which you are going to submit the document clearly requires a “notarized translation” or “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.
Proper spelling of names as written on your Passport, Green Card, or another document.
No, we do not offer credentials evaluation services, we do provide translation services only. Certified translation of your academic records is required for credential evaluation. The most reputable evaluation agency is WES, but you can choose any of NACES list (National Association of Credential Evaluation Services)
Our translations fully comply with USCIS requirements and have never been rejected since 2004.
Yes, our certified translations are accepted by these evaluation agencies as well as any credential evaluation agency in NACES list
Despite the strict requirements of ECFMG, our translations of Medical Diplomas are accepted by ECFMG.
In addition, we match the translation with the ECFMG Reference Guide for Medical Education Credentials
Yes, we can. Please provide us with a contact email and we will send the translation to a NASBA representative.