5 important things an American notary in Israel can do for you Looking for US notary in Israel? Here are five essential services to look for when searching for the right legal professional: contact us 03-3724722 By Mail Translation and authentication of official documents for the US Consulate People often require the services of a…

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All you need to know about finding a notary in Jerusalem Looking for a notary in Jerusalem? Or maybe, more specifically, a US notary in Jerusalem? This article will help you better understand a notary’s role in Israel, and how to find the right one for your needs. We will start by shortly covering topics…

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Per the 1976 Notaries Law, a public notary in Israel must be a lawyer with at least 10 years of experience. Because of the great responsibility of the work of a notary public in Israel, their background must be certified by Israeli Bar Association ethics committee. An Israeli notary must also successfully complete a course…

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What is the difference between a notary translation, a certified translation and a “notarized translator statement”? Which of these is required for translated documents submitted to the Israeli Ministry of Interior? The law firm of Cohen, Decker, Pex, Brosh specializes in legal and notarized translation, certified translation, signature verification, and notarized approval of translator statements.…

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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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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 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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