With the assistance of our qualified translators, official translations of company documents come with a clause and official stamp in line with the requirements on certified translations.
Almost all foreign authorities accept documents issued by our translation agency, which come with a clause and stamp as a fully valid official translation.
Official or certified translation?
In the case of such translations, it’s worthwhile inquiring at the given authority or institution as to whether they accept a translation verified with a clause and stamp by our translation agency.
Translations are certified by means of a public notary clause attached to the translation, which is made either in Hungarian, in two languages, or only in the given foreign language. Clients may do the translation themselves, or have the documents translated, however, the text has to be certified by a notary public who holds a so-called language licence for the given language.
An official translation is a type of translation which comes with the translation agency’s clause and stamp, certifying the accuracy and correctness of the translation.
We can certify translations of certificates of incorporation (or certified copies thereof) prepared by a qualified translator.
Aside from certificates of incorporation, we can translate and attest other documents. The original or a certified copy or photo copy is bound together with the translation, before the clause and seal are added.