- March 31, 2015

Non-english certified true copies

We sometimes get asked if we can make certified copies of non-English documents. The answer is “Yes!”, so long as the document that you need a copy of is an original document. What is an original document? An original document contains either a seal, a signature, or a stamp. If a document does not contain any of these (e.g. Income Tax Returns) then we can administer your oath that it is a copy of an original document and notarize that instead. There are lots of work-arounds. Fortunately, the language that the document is in does not have any bearing on whether we can notarize the document.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us. Give us a call at 905-366-4356, or email us at info@walkinnotary.com

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