A certified translation is a translation that is officially certified and that is presented on our company letterhead bearing translator and company stamps.
Absolute Translations offers two types of certification:
a certification of accuracy and a notarisation.
A certification of accuracy is a certification displaying the translator’s accreditation details, a declaration of accuracy, the accreditation stamp and signature, and our company stamps and signature.
The translation is published on our letterhead and the certificate of accuracy states that the translation is an accurate representation of the original, which is attached to the translation.
Depending on the purpose of your translation (for instance if you need to submit your translation to a government agency in Singapore or if you intend to carry your translation abroad), you may be requested by the government agency to submit a notarised translation.
Absolute Translations offers notarisation services at an extra fee covering the Notary Public or Commissioner for Oaths’ fees. Translations requiring notarisation take a minimum of five working days.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. For more information on notarisation, visit the ICA website and navigate to the Additional Information section.