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official translation

Post by monacocd » 05 Aug 2010, 01:52

In order for me to receive a copy of my grandfather's birth certificate, an official tranlation of my mother's birth and baptismal certificate are needed. This then needs to be notarized. Anyone with any suggestions on where to get this done?

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Post by johnnyonthespot » 05 Aug 2010, 10:55

I cannot vouch for their cost, but I have used this firm in the past and received fast and accurate results. You can scan and email the document or send a photocopy by postal mail; turnaround time was just a few days.

They will do both certified and uncertified work; make certain you tell them which you require.

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