Marriage certificate translation

Translation Agency of Ontario performs certified translation of marriage certificates and other documents for Canadian immigration.

Our translations are paired with affidavits and accepted by Citizenship and Immigration Canada and other Canadian official institutions.

Make sure to get a notarized copy of your original marriage certificate. More on this matter.

How to order

You are welcome to stop by at our office in Toronto and get your documents translated for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (former Citizenship and Immigration Canada). But it is faster to order online by simply filling out the Free quote form or by emailing us the document to be translated. You will also be able to prepay for the work online. Your translation will be ready for pick up at our office or mailed to any address in Canada at no cost.

You can ask any questions while filling out the form or by email or phone.

Most translations (with affidavits) are completed within 1-3 business days. Check our pricing and delivery please.

In person or by mail?

All translations can be mailed to any address in Canada at no cost.


Affidavits?

Our translations are paired with affidavits signed by a translator or a project manager and accepted by Citizenship and Immigration Canada and many other Canadian official institutions.

Pricing per document

First page $49
Additional page $35
30+ pages (each) $25
Passport stamp $7
Extra copy $15

A minimum of $49 is charged per language or document.
Example: two one-page documents cost $49+$49=$98
ATIO certified translations cost more and take longer to complete.

Delivery

Pick up (free) when ready
Regular mail (free) +2...4 days
Xpresspost ($20) +1...2 days

We offer walk-in services. You are welcome to come over during our business hours and leave your documents for translation. After the translation is done, you can pick the documents up or receive them by mail (free).

Don't forget to notarize the copy

Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) specifically requires to have a copy of your original document to be certified (notarized) as a TRUE COPY by any local Notary Public. This copy is to be stapled to the certified translation.

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