Translators

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Note:  People working for translation companies graduated from universities with English majors and  are considered  “certified translators”.  Some translation companies also provide notarized translation – they translate documents then have the translation certified by District Justice Offices.

District Justice Offices don’t provide translation services.  They only certify translation if translators show their diplomas.

Some notary offices also offer notarized translation service by contacting certified translators for translation and have the translation certified by District Justice Offices and charge fees for their service.

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