A certified translation is a document that has been translated, signed, stamped, and dated by a professional and qualified translator (or a translation agency) to show that it is a true (accurate and complete) version of the original text. You can get a certified translation at a translation agency.
How do I get a document that has been translated and signed?
instructions on how to make an official document. You should ask the person or group you're working with to make a copy or translate your document. Depending on what the certified translation services tell you, you should then ask them: On the paper, you should write "Certified to be an accurate copy or translation of the original, which I have seen." Translations must be certified.
Not every language has a certification test, and not every country or project needs a certified translator. A "certified translation," on the other hand, is a signed statement that confirms the accuracy of the translation. This can be done by non-certified translators, certified translators, or a language solutions partner.