I really need to see your documents to be able to guide you on price, turnaround time and all details. Even if your document is standard (for example, a birth certificate or a driver's license), I still need to see it. I've seen standard documents with multiple stamps and hand-writings, which take more time to translate. Please send scans or photos of your documents to get a proper quotation to my e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or upload them here:
You can pay via the "Interac" bank transfer (e-transfer) to my e-mail or to my phone number, via PayPal, by the bank transfer (wire transfer), or in cash when we meet. I will provide the invoice if you require it.
Where will I be able to pick up the translation?
You can pick it up close to Jane Street & Major MacKenzie Drive in the Maple region of the city of Vaughan north of Toronto. Please always let me know in advance before you head out. Alternatively, I can send translations to you by Canada Post all across Canada, free of charge – in this case, I will need your postal address. I can also send them by any courier company of your choice: Xpresspost (with a tracking number), Priority Mail, Purolator, DHL, UPS, or FedEx; in this case, you will need to reimburse me for whatever they charge with no commission.
Do you stamp your translations?
Yes, I certify all my translations with a wet signature and red stamp. Here is an example of what it looks like: download the example. If you need a notarized certification of the correctness of my translation, that will have to be paid for separately.
Can you provide certified copies of documents?
In Canada, only public notaries can certify copies of documents. I can visit a public notary on your behalf; that will have to be paid for separately. In my translation package, I include the copy of the document that I translate from, here is the example: download the example.