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How does a notarized copy look like and a certified translation sample

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We have been asked multiple times how does a notarized copy looks like and if we have a certified translation sample. You are wondering how to make sure that you have the right kind of notarized and certified copy.

Certified Translation has written this article to make sure that you know how a notarized and certified translation looks so that you know how to review the translation that you receive.

I want to see a certified translation sample

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Do you have a certified translation sample?

We do have a certified translation sample that you can see on our birth certificate translation page.

You should note that all our certified translations are guaranteed to be accepted by the USCIS or any other institution in the United States.

What Is Notarized Translation?

Navigating the notarization process in the context of immigration requires a nuanced understanding of the basics of notarization and the specific requirements for different document types. Whether dealing with academic records, immigration documents, or certificates of accuracy samples, a certified translator should possess language experience and a commitment to complete accuracy.

The certification format plays a crucial role, and the translator must adhere to a specific format for certification, providing the client with proof of the accuracy level attained. Human translators, especially expert and freelance translators, contribute significantly to the green card application process by ensuring that the immigration documents meet the stringent standards of immigration authorities.

A certification by the translator is paramount, and expert translators with experience in the immigration process can be invaluable. Consulting with an experienced immigration attorney further facilitates the green card process, as they are well-versed in the current immigration law and can guide applicants through the immigration application with the necessary certification of accuracy.

This collaborative effort ensures that the notarized translation is not only acceptable to immigration officials but also fulfills the immigration requirements for various immigration purposes.

Why do we need a Notarized Translation:

Notarized translations are necessary for legal validity and authentication, assuring authorities and institutions regarding the accuracy and authenticity of the translated documents. They serve as official records in various contexts, such as immigration, education, and legal proceedings, where the credibility of the translation is paramount. By having a notary public witness the translator’s signature and certifying the accuracy of the translation, individuals and organizations can confidently rely on these documents for official purposes. Notarized translations help mitigate the risk of fraudulent or inaccurate translations, ensuring compliance with legal requirements and fostering trust in the translated content’s reliability and integrity.

For U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, a notarized translation by a qualified translator is essential, ensuring the accuracy and quality of vital records translation, particularly in cases where official language requirements are stringent. The translator’s signature and certification by the translator provide additional assurance to the government agency regarding the document’s authenticity, covering the subject matter comprehensively. Notarized translations are often required for legal purposes, emphasizing the importance of having a native speaker proficient in the language for precise translation and adhering to the statement of accuracy, with additional steps taken to guarantee the integrity of the translated content.

How does a notarized copy look like

For immigration purposes, obtaining a notarized copy of an official document can be advantageous, as it assures the immigration officer of the exact translation provided by a human translation service provider in the field of translation. A complete and accurate translation, accompanied by certificates of translation, enhances the document’s reliability, catering to a wide range of immigration benefits within the U.S. Immigration system.

Following are the factors that you have to keep in mind while reviewing your notarized copy:

  • The Notarized copy will have a stamp that will say ‘True Copy”. The photocopy that has been notarized will also bear the same stamp along with signatures.
  • If your state does not allow the above procedure, your notary will write the following statement on a blank page.
notarized copy

If your notary refuses to sign on the same paper as the photocopied document, as described, you can have a certification of copy prepared on a separate paper.

Suppose the notary is unwilling to write any statements on his photocopy of the certified translation sample; you can write a statement like “I declare this is a true, exact and unaltered photocopy of my passport” and sign below it in the notary’s presence. Ask the notary to notarize your signature. If you face any difficulty with this, insist to the notary that he is simply notarizing your signature and not the contents.

Did the above procedure make you feel like going to the notary office is challenging? And do you feel like maybe you are not up for it?! We are here to help you with a notarized translation, too. We will get your translation notarized for you and ensure your certified translation sample is ready for presentation to the office it is intended for.


Ever wondered what difference it makes knowing people and hearing about them? Well, you know that it’s not the same. While you can perceive a person by hearing about them, it’s impossible to physically recognize them without seeing them before. This is because seeing is believing. The things you have only heard about are just there, but when you have seen them, you identify them, relate with them, and describe them.

Our notarized copy certified translation sample is also shown to you so no one else can convince you otherwise. You can use that element for your benefit in that whenever you are asked to submit the same, you’ll ask for the right kind of notarization and certification. A translation company like ours, which cares about its customers, never misguides them. On the contrary, companies that are not experienced and have no sense of professional ethics and responsibility can trouble you with misleading information. But not anymore!

Now that you have seen the sample, you have nothing to stress over unless you have a habit of overthinking in general; just kidding!!!

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