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Cuz Translation: Fast, High Quality, Certified Document Translation Service in Toronto

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Certified Document Translation

Connect with over two thousand certified translators! We provide certified translation services in 107 languages. Click below to learn more about certified translation!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is proofreading, and when should I turn it on/off?

At Cuz Translation, we take pride in providing you with the highest-quality translations. However, we also offer you the opportunity to entrust a second expert in examining the completed translation. We value transparency, which is why we believe that our clients should get to decide whether or not they are content with the products they receive.

How do I request an interpreter?

To request an interpreter, download the app on your mobile or desktop device, or access it through your web browser. Follow the steps and create a new account. Then, choose the nature of the interpretation and the date/time of the appointment to instantly see the quote. Next, choose an interpreter, and finito!

What is the difference between certified translation, translation submitted with an affidavit, notarized translation, or a declaration?

A certified translation can only be produced by a certified translator (reserved title for individuals who have qualified and registered with the provincial association of translators in their province, such as ATIO).

An affidavit is a document where the translator swears in the presence of a lawyer, or other legal authority with the power to administer oaths, that the translation is an accurate representation of the contents of the original document.

A notarized translation is produced when the notary public provides his/her seal on the affidavit of translation.

A declaration of translation is a signed document affirming the accuracy of the translation.

To know more about what does or does not constitute as a certified translation, read our blog.

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