Notarizing a Foreign Language Documents is often not an easy task! In Massachusetts, Notaries increasingly are asked to notarize documents written in foreign languages such as in Arabic and French. In the Merrimack Valley, there is an increase of Arabic speaking population stemming from Iraq and Syria refugees. Generally, Massachusetts state laws do not expressly prohibit our personnel from notarizing a document that is not in the English language. However, depending on the circumstances, it may be inadvisable to notarize such foreign-language documents. The risk, of course, is that the document is being misrepresented to the Notary. Luckily for you, our staff is fluent in Arabic and French and can help you with the notary service
Arabic Notary Public Near You
Notary Publics in Massachusetts will often refuse to notarize documents in Arabic or any foreign language. Lucking, our Notary Public does speak and write Arabic and will be happy to Notarize your Arabic and French Documents, perform is a signature witness, Administer Oath or Certify a copy of your Arabic documents. Our service provider makes house call visits and can also come to your office to perform the Notary seven days a week and after hours. To get started on your Notary service, call us at 978-851-0199 or stop by at our office at 1215 Main St, Tewksbury MA 01876.
Arabic Documents We can Notarize For You
- Signature Witness.
- Oath Administration.
- Power Of Attorney. (* Wakala)
- Copy Certification.
- Personal Statement.
- Certificate Of Life.
- USCIS Documents.
غالباً ما سوف يرفضون الموثقون في ماساتشوستس في توثيقه وثائق باللغة العربية أو أي لغة أجنبية.فرصي، لدينا كاتب الكلام وكتابة اللغة العربية وسوف نكون سعداء نوتاريزي “المستندات العربية”، أداء شاهد توقيع، إدارة القسم أو اعتماد نسخة المستندات العربية.موفر الخدمة لدينا يجعل مجلس النواب استدعاء الزيارات، ويمكن أيضا أن يأتي إلى المكتب الخاص لإجراء الموثق سبعة أيام في الأسبوع، وبعد ساعات.
Arabic Notary At Your Service / كاتب العدل
Be Prepared for Your Arabic Notary Visit
- Bring a valid, government issued photo ID with you when you visit our office. Arabic Passports and Driver’s licenses are acceptable.
- Laws vary by state and some documents may require witnesses in addition to the notarization. In some cases, a notary public might not be legally allowed to also, simultaneously, act as a signature witness. Accordingly, not all locations are staffed to provide additional signature witnessing services.
- You MUST Sign the document in Person and in front of the Notary staff.
- You must have an appointment confirmation in place, walk-in service is not preferred for Arabic Documents Notarization.
- Have payment arrangement in form of Cash, Credit Card or Online.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can a public notary translate documents from another language like French or Arabic to English?
Even if the notary public is educated in the foreign language used in the document, he or she may not certify translations. This is due to the fact that translations are not an authority duty. However, the notary is allowed to notarize the signature of a translator who attests to the accuracy of the translation.
What If I cannot Drive To Your Office?
We make notary easy! If you cannot drive to our office in Tewksbury MA, we will send our Arabic Notary Agent to your house or office. The service is available 7-days a week and after hours. Due to limited availability of our Arabic Speaking Notary Agents, we recommend that you book service ahead of time, at least 48 Hrs and have a confirmation in hand. Call (978)851-0199 or book online
What Method Of Payment Do You Accept?
We accept all major Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, Cash and Business Checks.
Can I Notarize My Arabic Documents On The Weekends?
Yes, you can schedule your notary service on the weekends and after hours. Service is limited and subject to availability. We recommend that you book and pay for service and confirm availability before visiting our office.
Can I notarize a document written in a foreign language?
Generally, state laws do not expressly prohibit the Notary from notarizing a document that is not in the English language. However, depending on the circumstances, it may be inadvisable to notarize such foreign-language documents. The risk, of course, is that the document is being misrepresented to the Notary.