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Notarized translation into English

Notarized translation into English may be required for any document issued in Hebrew and submitted to an authority or institution outside Israel. The law office of Cohen, Decker, Pex, Brosh specializes in immigration to Israel, as well as immigration and relocation from Israel to many first world countries. As such, we are constantly required to…

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Notarized translation costs in Israel – Notary Public Translator

What can be done to reduce the costs of notarial translation in Israel? A notarized translation certificate and a confirmation of a translator’s declaration – what is the difference? A notarized translation has the notary public certify that the document has been translated correctly and accurately. Notary public license in Israel is granted only to…

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Notary Public Translation in Israel

Notary public translation should be made by a fluent speaker. The Israeli Notary Law states that a notary public can provide a notarized translation only if he speaks the languages in question. The Israeli Ministry of Interior (for example) will only accept a translation from a local Israeli notary who speaks both the source language…

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Legal Translation by an Israeli Lawyer

The Israeli law firm Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh translates legal documents to and from Hebrew, English, Russian, Spanish, German, Dutch, and French. Legal translation by a lawyer may be needed for documents including letters to government offices, court suits and decisions, permits, wills, official documents (certificate of birth, certificate of marriage, registration extract by the Ministry…

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Authentication of Documents for Use in Israel

What Should You Know about the Authentication of Documents in Israel? Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh law firm in Israel practices immigration law (immigration to Israel and the USA), commercial law, labor law, real estate law and more. Our clients are multinational and are often required to present legal documents in Israel that have been…

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