Foreign Language Documents Articles

What is a Notario Publico?

by American Association of Notaries
In its simplest form, the term notario publico translates to notary public. On a deeper level, however, the difference between a notario publico and a U.S. notary public is vast, and therefore it can be problematic for notaries to use this particular terminology in the United States. While a notary public in the United States is authorized to perform specific notarial acts and practice limited discretion, a notario publico in many Latin American countries is an individual who has received the equivalent of a law license and who is authorized to represent others before the government. (more...)

Notarizing Documents in Foreign Languages

by American Association of Notaries
I've had this question come up twice in the past couple of weeks, so I thought it would probably make for an interesting article. As notaries, we are approached to notarize documents for a number of different reasons. (more...)

Notarizing Foreign Language Documents

by American Association of Notaries
One of the keys to acceptable and accurate notarizations is clear communication between the signer and the notary. (more...)
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