What is an affidavit for a translation?
An affidavit for a translation is a document that says the translation is a true and accurate version of the original text.
The translator swears that their translation is a true and accurate representation of the contents of the original document. The translator does this in front of a commissioner authorized to administer oaths in the country where they live.
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