The translation of official documents must be accurate to facilitate acceptance of those documents by government agencies, educational institutions and other entities. To ensure authenticity, many organizations require you to use certified and/or notarized translation services.
Seals on Wheels has a 100% acceptance rate with U.S. government agencies, the State Department, educational institutions and businesses. Whether you’re applying for a job, establishing residency or enrolling in school, you can trust that certified translations from Seals on Wheels will be accurate, accepted and provided in a timely manner.
If your document requires certifications, we can perform a notarized translation. The notarization indicates that the person signing the certified translation is doing so in front of the notary public.
We provide certified and/or notarized translations for:
What’s Included with Certified Translation Services?
1-3 Day Turnaround
Average certified translations can be completed between one to three business days.
Translated documents can be picked up at one of our designated locations or delivered to you at your home, business or other location of your choice. We can also email you WORD/PDF copies.
All certified translations come with an affidavit from Seals on Wheels declaring the accuracy of your translation.
We understand that some certified translations also require notarization. Likewise, there are many instances where you may need to expedite the translation of your documents. We will customize our services to accommodate your needs.
24 Hour Rush Services
Thanks to express shipping companies, we are able to deliver your translated documents overnight practically anywhere. Let us know your time frame, and we will gladly work with you to complete your certified translation according to your schedule.
In addition to the notarization, we can also provide an apostille that many countries require in order to authenticate the signatures on your document, confirm the capacity of the person(s) signing and identify the seals. Refer to our Apostille Service page for further information.