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We have a birth certificate that we want translated and certified. Can you provide this service?

Yes. Day Translations is very experienced in certified translations for important documents such as birth certificates and you can expect to receive the certified translation – with the document of certification – by email (a hard copy can also be sent to your address if requested). Click here to request a certified translation and view some certified translation sample documents.

Where is Day Translations located? Can I visit your head office?

Day Translations is a worldwide professional translation company. We are a global company with ability to serve our clients no matter where they are. Our head office is located in New York, New York (415 Madison Avenue, 15th Floor, New York City, NY 10017 – (212) 537-6123). You are welcome to visit us at any moment, or you can also contact us. To view a list of local numbers and our other offices in the United States and worldwide, please click here.In general, 95% of the projects can be completed without arranging any meeting. However, if you wish to have a meeting with us, we will arrange one at your earliest convenience. We are always at your disposal.

How can I send my documents to Day Translations?

We receive documents by post, fax (1-800-856-2759), hand delivery, email, FTP, or via our Free Quote form. We accept electronic files in all formats.

Do I need to submit the original documents?

No. An original copy of your document is not necessary, as a fax copy, photocopy, or email (PDF file) is sufficient.

What is the difference between a certified translation and a notarized translation?

In the US, a certified translation is one that has been completed by a translator who is a member of the American Translators Association (ATA), whereas a notarized translation bears a notary’s seal. Notarization is an additional service that involves adding the signature of a notary, who is an official witness, to the document. A notary’s signature can be added as a footer or on a separate statement of accuracy, and we may be able to work out the best option after receiving the details of your project.

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