We perform certified translations for many purposes: driver's licence (registration office), work (letters, references), university/college (diplomas, certificates), passport (passport office), court, and other.
Translation Agency of Saskatchewan provides certified, notarized and authenticated translations of legal documents to be used outside Canada. Usually the types of documents used outside of Canada are translated for marriage, permanent residency, education, pension applications, business purposes, immigration (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, USCIS).
There are many limitations and complications the client should be aware of before or at the moment of placing an order.
Prepare all documents in a timely fashion. Keep in mind that the translation preparation for foreign authorities can take weeks, and if declined for any reason it will take time to re-do.
Be sure to find out the type of certification required by the foreign organization. Is notarization required? How about authentication or legalization? These all require different types of stamps and signatures. Failing to research the type of certification needed may result in rejection of the translation.
Let us know the exact translation requirements that need to be met.
Be ready to pay extra for the service. Most of the time our regular fees will not be applicable for translations to be used abroad.
We would love to help you to get your documents properly prepared.
You may place an online order by simply filling out the Free quote form or by emailing us the document to be translated.
You can ask your questions while filling out the form as well as by email or phone.
Most translations (with affidavits) are completed within 1-3 business days. Check our pricing and delivery please.
Residents of Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, Yorkton, Swift Current, Estevan, North Battleford and other cities and towns of Saskatchewan are welcome to order translation of their documents online on our website. Certified (and notarized if needed) translation will be mailed over via Canada Post.