Notarized Certification of Translation Accuracy
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CristinaPereira  Identity Verified
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May 9, 2005

I was contacted to do a job, but then the potential client said he needed a Certification of Translation Accuracy, so he turned me down. I'm not a proper freelancer, so I'm not familiar with this type of certifications. Would anyone explain me what it is and what one has to do to get it?

Thanks everyone in advance.

Cristina


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Emilija Ivanovska  Identity Verified
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Check out some earlier posts... May 9, 2005

http://www.proz.com/post/218610#218610
http://www.proz.com/post/218429#218429
http://www.proz.com/post/109337#109337

They pretty much give an answer to your question

Take care

Emilija


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CristinaPereira  Identity Verified
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Thank you! May 10, 2005

Thank you very much, Emilija! I've already checked some of the help you gave me and now I'm going to do it more deeply. It seems nothing of the other world, really...

All the best to you!

Cristina


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