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Notarized Translation

A notarized translation is when a notary witnesses the signature of the translator and stamps the statement at the time of the signing. This statement formally affirms that the translation was done properly.


What is a Notarized Translation?


Not to be confused with a certified translation, a notarized translation is done to further authenticate a translation. When a translator signs an affidavit to affirm that the translation is complete and accurate, they do so with the notary as an official witness.

A notary public has gone through the state application process to be commissioned as an official witness to signatures. An official stamp marks the notarized documents to validate the notary’s credentials.

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Any type of document

When an institution or organization requires that the translation of a document be notarized, Languex has it covered. We can notarize any document translation. Simply add it to your order when prompted.

When you need documents translated to English for a school or a job application, Languex will translate and notarize any of the document examples below and more.

Notarized Translations in 65+ Languages

In addition to having a commissioned notary on our team, Languex has a network of vetted translators who are fluent in over 65 languages. Rather than search all over for a translator fluent in the language of the original document, Languex provides on-demand document translation services.

When Notarized Translations are Used

Notarized translations fulfill the administrative requirements of an institution. This is often a requirement when applying for admissions to college or university. In addition to academics, a notarized translation is also required for some job applications.

Diplomas and high school transcripts written in another language need to be translated to English for the enrollment process. Then the translation needs to have with it a sworn affidavit.

The affidavit is signed by the translator with a notary present. First, the notary verifies the translator’s identity with a photo ID, then they will witness the document being signed. The notary stamps the document with their credentials then provides their signature and date.

Sample Certified Translations

Certified translations are printed on Languex letterhead accompanied by signed and stamped certificate of accuracy. Translations are formatted similarly to the original document and reflect the original design.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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