Notarized translations are sometimes required when you have been asked to submit Canadian documents to foreign jurisdictions.
Unfortunately, this often leads to confusion, as a notarization can signify a number of different things.
When a notary public notarizes a document, it can mean one of the following:
However, with regard to translated documents, the requesting party may ask that your document be notarized to confirm that the translation provided by the translator is legitimate. In this case, the notarization must be obtained directly from the office of the translator.
When a third party asks you to have a translated document notarized, it is vital to obtain more information from the requesting party, as well as from the person you hire to translate your document. (It is important to note that not all translators provide notarized translations.)
Before contacting Red Seal Notary, you will need to understand exactly what type of notarization the requesting party is referring to.
Here are some questions you could ask:
Red Seal Notary does not provide notarized translations on their own, but we do provide notarized translations as part of our Authentication and Legalization packages.
For more information on Red Seal Notary’s Authentication & Legalization services, please see the following articles:
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