Birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce certificates, driver’s licences, academic credentials, court rulings, and other official documents.
Articles of association, memoranda of association, powers of attorney, contracts, wills, and other legal documents.
Correspondence, reference letters, articles, marketing materials, newsletters, and other documents and texts.
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.
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.
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.
You do not have to bring your documents in person; just send a scan of your document to [email protected], 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 $50 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 [email protected].
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I look forward to hearing from you and providing the assistance you need. To get a quote, please send me a scan of your document and mention the translation language pair.
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My Russian translation of Pursuit as Happiness, a novel written by Ernest Hemingway that was recently discovered at the John F Kennedy Library and Museum in Boston.
For many people who are not familiar with the translation industry, the difference between a notarized and a certified translation is not obvious. Avoid the common confusion
You are at the right place! I provide English-to-Russian and Russian-to-English certified translations for any kind of documents, such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, and many more.