Certified Translation for Documents:
Certain documentation requires a notarized certificate of accuracy to be accepted in a legal proceeding. In the legal context, this requirement is commonly found in immigration cases, international commercial litigation, divorce decrees, and government bids. Also, certain educational institutions require certified translations of transcripts as a requirement for admission.
The following are some documents that normally must be certified:
• Birth certificate.
• Marriage certificate.
• Divorce Decrees / Certificates.
• Death certificate.
• Wills and Trusts.
• Academic transcripts and diplomas.
• Adoption records and papers.
• Immigration documentation.
• Naturalization documentation.
• Green cards.
• Documents for submission to INS.
• Foreign Bank statements.
• Visa applications ( I129, I-140, I-485, I-539, I-824, DS-156, DS-157, etc.).
• Visas (H1, H2, B1, B2, H1B, H2B, O1, O2, K1, K2, K3, etc).
• Green card filing documentation.
• Work permits.
• Curriculum vitae / Resumes.
• Foreign Patents.
• Evidence in a judicial proceeding.
• Other legal documents.