I have a translation of my document that I got in my country. Can you just certify and stamp it? And can I get a discount, since everything is already there?
Last updated: June 28th, 2017 by admin
No. In Australia, certified translations (done by NAATI-accredited or recognised translators) must be created from scratch. It is not legal to simply certify existing translations, because the translator, through his certification, confirms that the translation is his own work product. As a consequence, translation companies in Australia cannot use existing translations.