Once we have these details, we will advise you on what type of translation you need. For example, for Denmark your expert would be an authorised (autorisert) translator, whereas for the United Kingdom, you would need a regular translator who would then be required to go to a notary public for a certificate.
Sometimes, and especially in the UK, it can be enough for us to provide a translation certificate, in which we certify the quality of the translation. In other countries (such as Russia) the source text must be the original document – no copies allowed.
We can also arrange for an Apostille to be affixed to the translation in compliance with the Hague Apostille Convention (1961). The convention has 112 parties, including the entire European Union, and is a common supplement for local notarisation.
Whatever the variables, you will end up with a translated document and duly certified whatever its final purpose.