Certified Russian Translator

Toronto • Ontario • Worldwide

Accurate and reliable translation services, including certified or notarized translation

Russian • English • German

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Services

Areas of Expertise

• Law
• Marketing
• Business
• Education
• Medicine
• Blockchain and ICO
• General translation

Certified or Notarized Translation

Official documents, such as birth, marriage or divorce certificates, driver's licences, academic credentials, court rulings, and more.

Language pairs:
• English to Russian
• Russian to English

Regular Translation

Various documents and texts, such as correspondence, reference letters, articles, marketing materials, newsletters, and more.

Language pairs:
• English to Russian and vice versa
• German to Russian and vice versa

Legal Translation

My foremost area of expertise. Highly accurate translations of Articles of Association, Memoranda of Association, Powers of Attorney, contracts, wills, and other legal documents.

Language pairs:
• English to Russian, and vice versa
• German to Russian, and vice versa

Website Localization

Translation and adaptation of a product, application or content to meet the language, cultural and other requirements (l10n and i18n).

Language pairs:
• English to Russian, and vice versa
• German to Russian, and vice versa

Editing & Proofreading

I can check your writing and correct the mistakes you have missed! Spelling, grammar, punctuation, style, writing fluency.

Available for the following languages:
• Russian
• English
• German

10 years

Professional Experience

3

Languages

1

Master's Degree

FAQ

Yes, I do provide certified translations from English into Russian and from Russian into English. I am a member in good standing of the Association of Translator and Interpreters of Ontario (ATIO) and bear a reserved title of a certified translator.
Yes, I can provide you with an official translation of your documents: it can be either certified or notarized translation. In both cases, the translation will bear an official stamp.

For more information on differences between a notarized and a certified translation, please read my blog post below.
A certified translation means that the translation has been prepared by a skilled professional translator who is a member of a professional association. I am a certified member in good standing of the Association of Translators and Interpreters of Ontario (ATIO), which ensures that language professionals are certified and able to provide quality language services throughout Ontario.
A certified translation, which is a translated document bearing a certified translator’s stamp, is usually required for the documents used throughout Canada (for immigration and academic purposes, government bodies and courts, ServiceOntario offices and Consulates).

In other cases, you would probably need a regular, non-certified translation that does not require a stamp, such as website translation or translation of articles and marketing materials.

In rare cases, a notarization of a certified translation may be required (for example, for Global Affairs Canada).

For more information on differences between a notarized and a certified translation, please read my blog post below.
You do not have to bring your documents in person; just send a scan of your document to ekaterina_li@icloud.com, and I will start the translation process. As soon as your translation is ready, you can either pick it up in Oakville in person. Also, I can mail a hard copy to your address via Canada Post, charging an additional fee.
My certified translation fee starts at $45 per document but may vary depending on the length of a document and your specific needs. If you need a translation of a multiple-page document or several documents at once, I do offer discounts. To receive an exact quote, please email your scanned documents to ekaterina_li@icloud.com.

Blog

Translation of Academic Credentials
  • October 1, 2020

Translation of Academic Credentials

Many organizations offering credential evaluation, such as WES and ICAS, require English translation of your educational documents: certificates of secondary education, diplomas ...

My Russian translation of Pursuit as Happines
  • September 1, 2020

My Russian translation of Pursuit as Happines

My Russian translation of Pursuit as Happines, a novel written by Ernest Hemingway that was recently discovered at the John F Kennedy Library and Museum in Boston.

Notarized vs. Certified Translation: Avoid Costly Confusion
  • May 1, 2020

Notarized vs. Certified Translation: Avoid Costly Confusion

For many people who are not familiar with the translation industry, the difference between a notarized and a certified translation is not obvious.

Looking for a certified translator?
  • May 1, 2019

Looking for a certified translator?

You are at the right place! I provide English to Russian certified translation for any kind of documents originating in Canada, such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, and many more.