Documents written in a Foreign Language
Documents that are not composed in English may need to be translated before they can be notarized. The notary will need to witness the translation of the documents along with the translator’s signing of the documents. Both versions of the document will then be submitted for an apostille.
All apostilles will be required to have a legal signature along with the official seal of the agency involved. No further certification is required for documents that are already apostilled when entering another country, including certification by Customs or an Embassy. Review the guidelines of your state to ensure that you complete all steps necessary to get your document(s) properly notarized and apostilled.