CTINB-Certified translations
for New Brunswick from any languages

Diplomas, certificates, driver's licences and any other documents and files. For immigration, court, education, and life. As fast as tomorrow

Igor Isaev, certified translator in Canada
View of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Golden seal for a certified translator who translated 5000+ pages since 2012
ATIO Association of Translators and Interpreters of Ontario, Canada
Association of Translators and Interpreters of Alberta, ATIA
Society of Translators and Interpreters of British Columbia, STIBC
Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agréés du Québec, Order of Translators, Interpreters, and Terminologists of Quebec, OTTIAQ
Corporation of Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters of New Brunswick, CTINB
Association of Translators and Interpreters of Saskatchewan, ATIS
Association of Translators and Interpreters of Manitoba, ATIM
Association of Translators and Interpreters of Nova Scotia, ATINS
Interac, credit card, PayPal, WU, and 7 other payment options

I am a certified member of all Canadian associations of translators — my translations will be accepted everywhere in Canada and abroad

pages
since 2012
Translated
5000+
EN
EN
I make professional translations for all kinds of situations
SITUATIONS
Immigration
Federal and provincial programs, applications for PR cards, Canadian citizenship and passport
Getting a driver's licence
Driver's licences from outside of Canada. Letters confirming driving experience to get it recognized in Canada
Education evaluation
Diplomas and transcripts to get credentials evaluated by WES, ICAS, IQAS, University of Toronto, and any other universities and colleges
For embassies or consulates
Documents for Canadian embassies or consulates of any countries
Notary-certified translations — as fast as 24 hours
A notary public certifies the translator's signature on the affidavit (written oath). As fast as 24 hours
Translations for courts
Documents, e-mail exchanges, screenshots, audio and video files for any court proceedings in Canada
Communication in messengers and e-mails
Exported chats, screenshots of communication, and any other digital files
Business translations
Agreements and other documents and texts.
Corporate websites and marketing materials: brochures, leaflets, surveys, business cards
Technical translations
Translations of flowsheets, diagrams, DWGs, and other extremely specialized documents and files
Other situations
If you can't find what you need, describe your requirements. Most likely, I will be able to help
Transcription
Converting audio or video recordings into text without translations
Videos and subtitles
Time-stamped translations, creation and translation of subtitles, embedding subtitles into video
Examples of standard documents
EXAMPLES
Driver's license from Spanish
Certificate of absence of criminal record from Ukrainian
Border crossing stamps in the travel passport from Arabic
Driver's record from Chinese
Certificate of absence of criminal record from German
Certificate of the name change from English or French
Court decision from Ukrainian
Driver's record from Polish
Diploma from Russian
How the result looks like
RESULT
Translation of a court's decision with my stamps and signature
How much the translation costs
PRICE
Translations are starting from $0.06 CAD per word
In any case, I need to see your documents first.

Even standard documents (driver's licenses, birth certificates) can vary a lot.

I can only confirm the price and the turnaround time after I see your documents.
Urgent translations are charged x2
Same-day translations are charged the double price
Notarization
(if needed), is paid for separately
payment options
There is a minimum fee per page/document
Price also depends on the required certification (stamps, etc.)
If the translation is not accepted, I will refund

If the authority to where you are submitting my translations declines them, I will fully reimburse you.
(This has never happened.)
REFUND
How to get translated documents
DELIVERY
Pick-up
from my office. Please make sure to let me know before you head out to me.
Regular mail
I'll send translations in an envelope with a stamp. I'll need your postal address.
Courier service
Xpresspost, Priority Mail, Purolator, DHL, UPS, FedEx. You'll need to reimburse me for shipping. I don't charge any extra fees for this.
Clients' reviews from Google Maps
EXPERIENCE
I am a certified translator
CERTIFICATES
A member of all associations of translators in Canada
How it works
PROCESS
You send scans or photos of documents for translation
You explain for what purpose you need these translations, to which authority, for what procedure, etc.
I need to know this to check your authority's certification requirements.

If the source documents are NOT in the Latin alphabet, you need to send spellings of all last and first names in English.
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I confirm the price and turnaround time
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You pay using Interac, credit card, PayPal, WU, or other 7 payment options
3
I make translations and send drafts for you to check
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You check drafts and send corrections if any
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I check and finalize files, and send you scans of the final translations
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You receive paper versions of the translations if you need them
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How to get them:

  • Pick-up from my office (free)
  • Sent to you by regular mail (free)
  • Sent to you by a courier (as much as they charge)
Frequently asked questions
QUESTIONS
Who is a "certified translator"?
Definition from Canada's official website:

Certified translator
A certified translator is a member in good standing of a professional translation association in Canada or abroad. Their certification must be confirmed by a seal or stamp that shows the translator's membership number.

My stamp is above, before the text.
How to hand over the documents for translation?
Usually, I just need scans or good-quality photos for translation. Send them to me at igor@isaev.ca, on WhatsApp or Telegram, on Facebook or by regular text message. You can also bring them to my office in person.
Do you stamp your translations?
Yes, I certify all translations with my hand-written signature and the red stamp of the certified translator. Example of how it looks like

If required, I can get my translations notarized for an extra cost.
Do you make certified copies of documents?
In Canada, only public notaries have the legal right to certify copies as true to the originals. I can visit a notary with your original documents and certify copies on your behalf (for a separate fee). I include a copy of the original document in my translation package. Example of the package
Can you help with authentication and legalization of documents?
Yes, I will be happy to help. Please e-mail me at igor@isaev.ca or call (416)-854-2420, let's discuss.
How long are translations valid for?
According to the official website of the Canadian Ministry of Immigration:

Expiry of translated documents
A translation cannot change over time and should be valid indefinitely unless the original document has changed or has expired. If the signature of a certified translator or notary has expired, it does not invalidate the translation. As long as the translator's certification was valid at the time of signature, the translation remains valid.
The only time the translation would expire and a new translation would be required is if the original document has expired or has changed and the applicant submits a new document.
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