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translation agency seal or proof of equivalence
Thread poster: Natalia Millman

Natalia Millman
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Mar 5, 2004

Dear colleagues,

I wonder if you can help me to understand how the legalisation process works.

When the translation is finished, how does a translator legalise its proof and equivalence?

I know that some just write that such and such guarantees that the transaltion is adequate, etc.

others put a stamp of the agency and some others have Notary legalise it?? what is correct?

Where does a translation company in the UK get the stamp from??

thanks for your help


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Natalie  Identity Verified
Local time: 11:28
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- Mar 5, 2004

Наталия, вы не могли бы уточнить: вас интересует этот вопрос вообще или в UK конкретно? Если в UK, то, может быть лучше поместить этот вопрос не в русском форуме, в Getting Established
или в Being Independent
Возможно, там вы скорее получите ответ?

Сорри, уже вижу, что там этот вопрос тоже есть

[Edited at 2004-03-05 20:03]

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