BBT Translation Services
What is a certified translation?
/ As defined by the ATA
17Years of Experience in Translation
In the United States, anyone can certify a translation.
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What is the difference between a certified translation and a notarized translation?
As mentioned in the ATA - American Translators' website: "Some end users of certified translations may request or require that "the translation be notarized." This is actually a misnomer as the translation cannot be notarized. A notary public only legally acknowledges, or notarizes, the identity of the individual signing the certification statement. While the terminology is inaccurate, it is helpful to know that this is commonly used by end users and clients." Click here to read this information in the ATA website.
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Professional, accurate and fast certified translations from Hebrew to English done by professional translators.
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Why you can choose us for your Certified Translations from Hebrew to English and from English to Hebrew
Benefits of hiring us:
The translators we work with have degrees in various fields. Before engaging into working with us, we conduct a test, check their references and verify that they have the experience necessary for the subject in question. Before starting the work, they will sign an NDA to make sure that confidentiality is preserved all throughout the project.
We have been in the translation business for more than 17 years. We have translated a large variety of texts from Hebrew to English and from English to Hebrew, whether legal, technical, medical, and general subjects for a large number of clients and worked with many different types of files. We are members of the ATA – American Translators Association. We have many excellent reviews in Google given by very happy clients.
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Hebrew to English translation process.
Proofreading and Editing the Translations
Hebrew - English language combinations
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A certified translation is a translation of a document that includes a Certificate of Accuracy signed by the translator attesting to the accuracy of the translation, while mentioning his/her credentials and qualifications to translate your document. The Certificate of Accuracy bears our stamps and our signatures. It is placed in our letterhead. Most of the time it is a mirror image of the original document. Some documents are translated word for word.
Yes. Most of our certified translations include a notary signature. The notary signature is from the State of Florida and is accepted in the entire United States, Canada and some European countries.
Yes. We are members of ATA - American Translators Association, the well recognized translators association in the United States.
We guarantee confidentiality. We undertake to keep all the information that we learn within the scope of our work in the most strict confidentiality. If you wish we can sign a Non Disclosure Agreement before we start working on your documents. In regards to payments: we never take your credit card information. All payments are processed via PayPal which is the most secure form of payment on the web.
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