Legalisation by the State Chancellery/embassy
The translation that we will deliver to you will bear the signature of Trans-Adapt’s Director. Once the translation has been legalised by a notary, the State Chancellery will affix an apostille if the translation is destined for a country that has signed the Hague Convention (see list here). If it is intended for other countries, the State Chancellery will affix the seal appropriate to the country of destination.
In some cases, such as for documents destined for China, the translation will require additional legalisation before it is also legalised by the embassy.
In all cases, we will take care of all the necessary steps and formalities for these authentications quickly and discreetly, whether they are required by you or by the recipient of the translation.