Certified Translations | English to Russian, Russian to English, Ukrainian to English Translation Service

Government offices, courts of law and most non-governmental agencies in Canada require translations to be certified. It means that translation should be
performed by a translator who is accredited and approved by a translation certifying authority, and/or must be accompanied by a sworn affidavit from translator.
In British Columbia the highest certifying authority is STIBC – Society of Translators and Interpreters of British Columbia, which I am a member of.

Note: Citizenship and Immigration Canada or a consulate, or some other agency might require "notarized copies of originals".
It means that they want to see notarized copies of your original Russian documents, in addition to my translations.

We can meet the requirements of any ministry or organization in Canada or US, please let us know where you will be sending these translations to.

All our translations have official seal and contain a translator’s declaration stating that the document has been accurately translated to or from a foreign language.
It is guaranteed to be accepted by any Canadian and US government or non-governmental agency,
as well as embassies and consulates of Russia or Ukraine
in Canada and US.