DOC TRANSLATION FAQ
Document Translation Facts
Q: What is a Certified Translation?
The definition of a Certified Translation varies from country to country. In general, a certified translation is a translation that is accompanied by a signed statement that the translator is competent in the source and target languages and that the translation is an exact translation of the source document.
Q: Will my translation be notarized?
The document will be notarized if necessary.
Q: How does the process work?
Simply contact our office at (586) 778 4188 and make arrangements to provide us with a copy of the document you wish translated either by bringing the document in or providing an emailed scan.
Q: How long does the process take?
Most small orders are completed within two business days. This obviously depends on the size of the project, the source language and the availability of a particular translator.
Q: Do you provide same day service?
All orders are typically completed within 48 hours. However, we realize that in some situations you will need your completed documents even sooner and we will generally be able to accommodate you. Please contact us via phone to inquire about same-day service for your particular situation.
Q: How can I be sure that the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) will accept my translated document?
We offer a 100% guarantee that your translated document will be accepted by the USCIS. We use certified and qualified native-speaking translators who are experienced in translating documents for U.S. immigration purposes, so there is no need to worry.
Q: What languages do you translate from?
Our translators work in more than 200 languages. Feel free to contact us with any questions.
Q: Can I get status reports on my translations?
Yes, on longer assignments, simply call our office for an updated status. (586) 778 4188.
Q: What if I need changes to my translation?
We do our best to provide you with the most accurate translation possible. However, if you have any concerns or questions regarding your final translation, we are more than happy to have our translators review your document again at no additional charge.
Q: Will I receive an original translation of my document by mail?
Yes, all orders are available for pick-up, or may be mailed directly to you.
Q: Can you provide me with an electronic version of my translated document?
Yes, all orders are available in a high-resolution PDF of the certified and notarized translation.
Q: Can I be sure that my documents will remain confidential?
Absolutely! Your documents will remain completely confidential throughout the translation process. For this