Legal Translation Services
All parties to legal proceedings need to communicate freely. This may require translation of documents for a judge or other lawyers and their clients to read. In this case, accuracy is of utmost importance, and using professional translation services can ensure there are no roadblocks to legal compliance.
We help you advocate by guaranteeing our translations and including a free Certificate of Accuracy.
- Our translators are experienced, trained, and certified at translating a range of legal documents.
- They are sworn to confidentiality.
- We are available to immediately sign any additional nondisclosure documents.
- Our legal translations are guaranteed to be accepted by USCIS and across the United States.
- Rush translations are available upon request.
We are serving legal service providers located locally in Denver, Colorado and around the world.
Free Notarized Certificate of Accuracy
Did you know? A “Certified Translation” is when a completed translation is accompanied by a Certificate of Accuracy that is notarized by a notary public. Our certified translations are guaranteed across the United States.
Do You Need an Apostille or Affidavit for Your Legal Documents?
There are 113 countries that are members of the Hague Apostille Convention and will require an Apostille from the Secretary of the State or the US Department of State. The documents that may require an Apostille have been signed by:
- U.S. Federal Official
- American Consular Officer
- Military Notary
- Judge Advocate (10 USC 1044a)
- Foreign Consul Diplomatic Official (registered with the State Department Office of Protocol)
Some of the Document Types We Can Help You With:
- Academic transcripts and diplomas
- Bill of sales
- Birth/death/marriage certificates
- Adoption decrees
- Certified & Notarized Translations
- Communication records
- Consortium Agreement
- Cooperative Agreements
- Corporate documents
- Data Use Agreement
- Drivers’ licenses
- Equipment Use Agreement
- Facilities Use Agreement
- Financial statements
- Memorandum of Understanding
- Power of attorney
- Reference and employment letters
- Technical documents
- USCIS immigration documents
- Vendor/Supplier Agreements
- Worker agreements