Your legal documents will be in the hands of experts. We can provide certified translations and translation affidavits for all your legal documents, including birth certificates, driver’s licenses, and passports. We’ll even provide the certification of your documents completely free of charge.
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Legal translation errors in immigration, courtroom, or corporate settings could put your visa application at risk or cause unnecessary legal battles for your company. It’s vital to select a trustworthy, proven provider with first class legal training, USCIS approval, and extensive expertise in legal terminology. We provide all types of legal translation services in over 100 languages and ensure that every word is as accurate and legally binding in its target language as it is in the original. 100% true to the source guaranteed.
When your documents need to be professionally translated and accompanied by a signed Certificate of Accuracy, you can count on us. Foreign high schools, universities, government and immigration authorities will ask for a certified translation of any documents that are not in that country’s native language.
When you handle numerous clients in multiple languages, not only does the workload add up, but so does the cost of certification. Because we aim to drive efficiency and reduce expenditure across your firm, we offer USCIS accepted certified translations across the United States, with certification absolutely FREE.
Day Translations can also provide a translation affidavit upon request and, if you are unsure of what type of document you need, our expert team is available 24/7 to advise you.
We can provide you with certified translation services and translation affidavits for all your documents. These sworn statements contain the name of our Day Translations’ authorized representative, our certification stamp and official seal, our company’s qualifications and accreditations, and the details of the translation itself. The translation affidavit also contains the official notary seal and signature of the notary public or commissioner of oaths. Globally accepted and USCIS approved. Guaranteed.