Certified Translation in Dubai
In United Arab Emirates, there are three types/degrees of translation services that we provide: normal translation, legal translation, and certified translation also known as notarized translation. The required type of translation depends on the nature of your document and its use. We will clarify the differences between the three types here:
Alsun Translation provides standard certified translation services in any soft format or printed on its headed paper to those individual or corporate clients who need the translation for personal or business purposes other than attestation or submission to official authorities. This type of translation is done by our highly qualified native translators who have experience of not less than 7 years in their specific industry and adhere to the highest standards of accuracy and efficiency.
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By fixing the seal of Alsun Translation on the translated text in its capacity as a translation company duly registered in Dubai under UAE federal laws, we declare that the translation is identical to the source document without any deletion or addition.
This type of translation is used with official documents that are submitted to public authorities or government departments, especially for transactions involving foreign parties like court cases, immigration procedures, company setup and visa issue …etc. The documents must be translated by a legal translator duly certified or approved by UAE Ministry of Justice after making a declaration in writing and on oath (sworn) before Ministry judge to respect the regulations and ethics of translation industry. Once the documents is translated, signed and sealed by the legal translator, it is considered an official document in the target language recognized by all state entities, and without such seal of legal translator, translation is not recognized by any entity.
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Certified or notarized translation is used for documents that are presented to external authorities outside UAE or for notarization purposes, and is a one step beyond legal translation. Certification here is to verify that the translator is accredited by UAE Ministry of Justice and currently listed as legal translator. Once the document is translated and sealed by legal translator, it must be submitted to UAE Ministry of Justice or Notary Public to verify the seal of the legal translator and the accuracy of translation itself. After verification process, the Ministry or Notary Public fixes a seal that the translation is accurate and the seal is true and correct. Once the translation is certified and notarized, it has the same legal value of the original official document in the eyes of local judicial departments or foreign authorities. Certified translation must be done by a qualified translator fully aware of linguistics, terminology and legislation particulars as this translation follows specific ethical code and strict regulations and rules.
To find out whether your documents need a legal or certified translation or to get your document notarized, you can call us now to speak to a translator or email us your documents and we will be happy to tell you the process of certifying your documents with full details. We also provide our valuable clients with a broad scope of other support translation services, including the following: