Notarization by ATA-certified translator in Canada - is it valid?
Thread poster: Tania Samsonova
Tania Samsonova Canada Local time: 03:48 Member (2007) English to Russian + ...
Feb 27, 2012
Does anyone know whether documents translation and notarization by an ATA-certified translator will be valid in in Canada and, more specifically, Ontario?
I have been considering the possibility of getting ATIO certification, but the process is too expensive and lengthy. ATA certification is much cheaper, faster and hassle-free, anc I'd rather prefer obtaining that, but I am afraid that the ATA notarization will be useless for official certification of documents intended for official purposes in Canada/Ontario. Has anyone had experience with this? Thanks in advance!
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