A notary can translate documents and authenticate them for their submission to various bodies, as well as declare that their translation is made in accordance with the original document.
A notary or a lawyer (according to requirements) verifies the authenticity of the signature and confirms that the individual who signed the document is the individual verified by the notary or the lawyer. In addition, a lawyer or a notary confirms that the above-mentioned individual signs the document willingly and with full consent, fully conscious and with no exertion of external pressure.
Our firm represents many clients and certifies signatures and applications for submission of documents to the Israeli authorities or authorities outside of Israel.
When the applicant is in Israel and needs to carry out procedures outside of Israel, without having to travel to that country, he must certify the required documents with an apostille and/or notarize them.