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When can a person need translation of the birth certificate? Is it enough to show a translation of the birth certificate certified by a notary or a professional translator? How long does it take to translate a birth certificate by a notary in Israel? Here is all the information you require concerning notarized translation of birth certificates into various languages and for various purposes.
When can a person need translation of the birth certificate?
Most often, it happens in case of emigrating from Israel and repatriating to Israel. In case of repatriating to Israel, a person needs to show a notarized translation of birth certificates, his/her own and the members of the family, who want to repatriate together with him/her, from their native language into Hebrew, as well as the Apostille of the country of issuance of the birth certificate. Such need often arises when you have to prove somebody’s right to repatriate to Israel in accordance with the Law of Return.
In case of emigrating from Israel to another country, a person generally needs to show a notarized translation of the birth certificate to prove the kinship among those who possess the right of emigration and the rest of the members. The certificate of birth will be translated into the state language of the country where the applicant is intended to emigrate to, moreover, the translated document is affixed with Apostille in most of the cases.
It should be noted that the highest regard is paid to verification of identity of entries of applicants name and the names of his/her parents in the certificate of birth and the same names specified in applicant’s foreign passport in English or any other foreign language.
Our notary office specializes in providing notarized translation services of birth certificates both to foreign citizens and to Israelis, and with the vast experience we have gained over the years we can spare our clients the needless troubles and considerable financial expenses by providing them with an accurate and true translations of birth certificates and Apostille(s) affixed to the translation of birth certificates.
We make notarized translations of birth certificates into many languages including Hebrew, English, Russian, Ukrainian, German, etc. – Call us right away (24/7 voice mail) 03-758-55-67 or contact us through the online form.
Is it enough to just show the translation of your birth certificate certified by a notary or a professional translator?
The answer to this question is in the negative. Considering the amount of possible legal consequences of the use of documents such as birth certificates, foreign authorities require to show the document of unconditional juridical power, such as a notarized translation of birth certificate. It is of crucial importance in order to prevent document forgery, deletion of true data and adding of improper data. Certificates of birth are generally issued by the Population Administration or Ministry of Interior. It is often required for an applicant to certify the birth certificate with an Apostille on the original certificate to prove the identity and signature of the official who signed the certificate. The second Apostille is intended to confirm that the notary, who translated the certificate of birth, actually holds the post of notary and the signature and seal on to the document are authentic.
How long does it take to translate a birth certificate by a notary in Israel?
The duration of time required to translate a birth certificate depends both on the urgency of the work and the type of the Apostilles required. Please note that we provide our clients with urgent services and we can even perform the most urgent works the same day.
Moreover, in order to maintain the highest quality of service for our clients we offer you an opportunity to order notary services using the following electronic means, such as E-mail, fax, etc.