Certified Translation

If a translation is “official” (certified and notarized), it is issued by an official translating expert. In some cases a public seal must also be attached to the translated document. Since this is up to the party requesting the translation, Multichoice Translation advises all of our clients to clarify whether this is necessary in every case. An Apostille Certification may be needed as well. Documents such as green cards, passports, and birth certificates are just a few examples of ones which would require notary and certification. With Multichoice Translation, you can be confident that your marriage license, birth certificate or any other necessary document will be certified and/or notarized at a fair rate of charge and in a strict, timely manner.