This generally refers to the professional translation of documents with official status from the source language to the target language. Such translations may be necessary for official documents to be accepted by a legal or governmental authority. Official documents are documents usually requested by the government, court, notary, embassy or other official institution.
Official documents may include:
Birth and Death Certificates: Documents regarding the birth or death of a person.
Marriage and Divorce Documents: Documents regarding marriage or divorce proceedings.
Diploma and Academic Documents: Documents related to educational history.
Notarized Documents: Documents approved by a notary.
Court Decisions and Case Documents: Documents regarding legal processes.
Passports and Visa Documents: Official documents related to travel.
Company Establishment Documents: Official documents regarding the establishment of companies.
The translation of such documents must generally comply with the standards and requirements established by the authority requesting the document. Official document translations are generally notarized or carried out by a sworn translator. Additionally, the translated document is often presented together with the original document to ensure accuracy and validity.
Official document translation is a delicate and careful process. The translator must understand and translate legal terms correctly.
Additionally, the authenticity and integrity of the document must be preserved during the translation process. Mistakes made in this type of translation can lead to serious consequences, so it is important to choose a professional and reliable translation service provider.
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