Did you get married overseas? Do you plan to immigrate to another country? If so, a certified marriage certificate translation is the only way to make sure your marriage is recognized in your destination country.
Marriage comes with many legal benefits, including tax breaks. In some cases, marriage is the reason you will be allowed to remain in a foreign country. A certified translation is the only way to protect your marriage rights in your target country. Fortunately, you’ve come to the right place. With over 200 certified translators on staff, native speakers for the languages we offer, LinguaOne guarantees a convenient, stress-free marriage certificate translation experience.
Your marriage certificate will be:
- Translated only by a native speaker of your chosen language.
- Proofread and quality-controlled by a second native speaker.
- Notarized and paired with a certified translation affidavit, which will strengthen and ensure its legal validity in your country of choice.
Remember, a native’s translation is the only translation you can count on for total accuracy. Even a small error in your marriage certificate could have untold consequences. “Fluency” isn’t enough—using native speaking translators is the only way to ensure top-notch results.
Remember, you must have a certified translation, even if you speak the target language.
Government officials will not accept your translation, even if you speak the target language fluidly. They will only accept certified translations from reputable services like Lingua One. Translating these kinds of civil documents is a legal process which should be handled with the utmost care.
Handle all your civil documents at the same time.
Whenever you are dealing with a new country you must consider every civil and legal document you may be required to produce. Consider gathering the following documents and having them translated all at once:
- Birth certificates
- Educational documents, such as degrees, transcripts, and diplomas.
- Licenses and certificates.
- Medical records.
- Driver’s licenses or ID cards.
- Divorce decrees.
Each of these documents could be vital to your fresh start in the country of your choice. Make sure you can launch your new life by contacting us to schedule your certified translation today.
Call Tessa at (507) 351-8787 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.