Hard / Notarized Copy
Accepted in all 50 U.S. states
Delivered by USPS Priority mail with tracking No.
Translation of a document must be ordered separately
Notarized copies of previous translations are available
In most cases, no. USCIS, Universities, Evaluation Agencies accept certified translations in PDF files, so you do not need to order a paper copy of the translation. But in some rare cases, this is required, for example, when you submit a translation to consulates/embassies, courts, some government agencies.
No, USCIS doesn't require a notarized or hard copy of the translation. Our certified e-copy of translation in PDF file is acceptable and fully comply with USCIS requirement. Please see sample of our Certificate of Translation
You'll receive a PDF file with a certified copy of the translation, regardless of whether a hard copy of the translation has been ordered or not. The translation is appeared on the company professional letterhead and includes a copy of the original and a signed Certificate of Translation. Furthermore, the translation can be verified online by a receiving official.
Yes, a hard/notarized copy of the translation can be ordered later, if necessary.
Samples of translations are on the page of a specific document.