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Translation services notarised by a notary public .

Official notarised translation services in 96 languages for ICA, MoM, LTA, IRAS and more — starting from just $49.90 SGD.

"I have used Lexigo translation services and have found their work to be very professional and accurate, the level of support is exceptional and the overall process a quick and easy one"​ —  Billy L.

Why Lexigo for your notary public translation.

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Fully certified

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Translate at super speed

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100% acceptance rate

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Safe, secure online ordering

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Stress-free service

Pricing for notary public translation to suit any budget.

Save with Lexigo's notarised translation pricing with extra features that others charge for, included for free.

Choose between 3 competitive packages for notarized translation pricing, starting at just $49.90 SGD plus notarization fees.

All pricing includes:

Dedicated Project Manager

Fixed-price fees

Delivery included

 

Translation for all types of documents, certified and notarised.

At Lexigo, our certified translators include migration translators and legal translators who produce certified translations for hundreds of documents each month.

Passport translation

Extract and full translations of passports translated by certified translators and notarised by an official notary public for ICA, MoM and more.

Marriage certificate translation

Translation in 96 languages by certified translators and notarised for marriage certificates.

Certified and notarised translations of birth certificates across 96 languages.

Birth certificate translation

Family registration booklets

Change of name certificate

Identification / ID card

Education certificates

Diploma

Degree

Academic transcripts

Education results

Employment certificate

Divorce record

Death record

Christening certificate

Driver's license

translation

Fast driver's license translation translated by certified translators to get you back in the driver's seat.

Police clearance translation

Certified and notarised translation for background checks, police clearance reports and police checks.

Plus more

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Baptismal record

Police report

Criminal record

Background check

Pay slips

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96 languages.

Thousands of professional certified translators across 96 languages.

  • Arabic

  • Chinese - Simplified

  • Chinese - Traditional

  • Croatian

  • Dari

  • Farsi

  • French

  • Greek

  • German

  • Hebrew

  • Hindi

  • Indonesian

  • Italian

  • Japanese

  • Korean

  • Khmer

  • Macedonian

  • Malay

  • Polish

  • Portuguese

  • Russian

  • Serbian

  • Spanish

  • Tamil

  • Thai

  • Turkish

  • Vietnamese

  • and more

Frequently Asked Questions.

Common questions and answers to notarised translation services and notary public translation.

What is notarized translation?

A notarized translation is a translated document that has been notarized by a Notary Public. A Notary Public is usually a professional lawyer with 12 to 15 years experience who has met certain criteria in becoming an official Notary Public in Singapore.

 

As proof of notarization, the Notary Public will witness and authenticate the required documents by signing, providing a statement with a ribbon and seal, known as the notarial certificate, which will accompany the translation. 

 

As an impartial officer, the Notary Public’s duty in notarizing is the same as swearing under oath in a court of law.

What is a notary public?

A notary is a public officer responsible for authenticating the acts on behalf of his clients whereby he issues a Notarial Certificate and a Notarial Seal.  At the same time, while a Notary Public acts as an impartial officer, in some instances, he may also have a role in enforcing court judgements and offering legal advice. 

 

His functions include notarizing things like;

  • IOUs 

  • Wills.

  • A real estate sale

  • A marriage contract

  • A title deed

  • A division of property or an estate 

  • An act of inheritance

 

To this end, given the extra legal dimension involved in the notarization of documents, ensure that the official notary public in question is authorized to perform those duties  so as not to be a victim of an improper notarization.

 

In singapore, to find this out is quite simple since Notaries Public must be qualified lawyers appointed by a Board of Commissioners for Oaths and Notaries Public (who must be registered at the State Court).

Why do I need a notarised translation?

For documents not in English, Singaporean government agencies will often demand a notarized or a certified translation.

Notarized translation services are required for most Singaporean government departments such as the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), Ministry of Manpower (MoM), Land Transport Authority (LTA) and the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS), amongst others.

 

It is the Singapore Government’s method of ensuring translations are carried out truthfully, void of fraud and professionally in an official capacity.

Which parts of Singapore do you service?

Lexigo provides Singapore-wide certified and notarized translation services.

Original certified notarized translations can be delivered to any location across Singapore via courier at extra charges (except in the Express Service where courier is included in the price) or can be conveniently picked up from our office located at:

24 Raffles Place

Level 28,

Clifford Centre

Singapore 048621

If you have ordered a notarized translation, you will need a hard copy to submit to the relevant government department.

How can I pay for my notarized translation?

You can pay securely online via credit card. We accept all major credit cards; Visa, Mastercard and American Express.

Will my notarised translated document be accepted?

Yes, your notarised translation will be accepted by all Singapore Government Departments and Bodies. Guaranteed. In fact, we have a 99.99% acceptance rate.

Lexigo not only provides notarised translation services for individuals, but also to many government departments.

All Lexigo translations are conducted by professionally certified translators and notarised by an official notary public. We will provide you with an official translation that includes a notary stamp.

We also guarantee it will be accepted by the relevant Department, or your money back.

How does the Lexigo translation guarantee work?

You will receive your full money back; if a Singaporean Government department has asked you for a notarised translation; and you translate with Lexigo; and your translation was not accepted.

In the highly unlikely event your translation was not accepted, Lexigo will need to speak directly to the relevant Government Department to attempt to make any necessary amendments for acceptance and confirm why the translation was not accepted. If the translation is still not accepted, Lexigo will refund your purchase in full.

Why do I need a notarized translation?

Notarized translation services are required for most Singaporean government departments such as the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), Ministry of Manpower (MoM), Land Transport Authority (LTA) and the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS), amongst others.

 

It is the Singapore Government’s method of ensuring translations are carried out truthfully, void of fraud and professionally in an official capacity.

What are the notarization fees? Why are they charged in addition to my translation order?

The notarization fees charged for notarized translation services are completely independent of Lexigo. These charges are set by the Singapore Academy of Law and are fees that go directly to the Notary Public.

Why is Lexigo's pricing for notarised translation generally lower in cost than others?

We're always looking for ways to save on time and costs through our own smart technology, and pass those savings on to our customers.

 

Unlike traditional translation agencies, Lexigo can provide translations cheaper, faster and at scale by eliminating common manual processes involved in translation and notarisation that you would usually pay a premium for.

Why do some languages cost more than others?

Approximately 90% of the languages we offer are at the rates quoted above, however some rarer languages can attract higher fees.

There are many factors that could affect the cost of a notarised translation from language to language. For example, some languages have an extremely limited number of translators available, and are in high-demand.